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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Slope and Distance Trapezoids What Shape Am I? Parallelograms Rectangles Rhombus Square

Polygon ABCD has the following side measures: AB = 20BC = 20 CD = 20 AD = 20 What shapes could this be?

Square or Rhombus Due to four congruent sides

Polygon ABCD has the following side measures: AB = 20BC = 15 CD = 47 AD = 15 What shape could this be?

Isosceles Trapezoid. Only shape with one set of congruent sides

Polygon ABCD has the following slopes: AB = 1/2BC = -2 CD = 1/2 AD = -2 What shapes could this be?

Rectangle or Square (1/2) x (-2) = -1 This means the lines form right angles!

Polygon ABCD has the following side measures: AB = 21BC = 5 CD = 32 AD = 11 What shapes could this be?

Quadrilateral or REGULAR Trapezoid. Both shapes don’t have to have any congruent sides

Polygon ABCD has the following slopes: AB = 2/3BC = -3/5 CD = 2/3 AD = -3/5 What shapes could this be?

Parallelogram or Rhombus. Opposite sides are parallel but don’t form right angles

Solve for x

Solve for x and find all 4 angles

Solve for y

Solve for x and find the length of the 2 bases

Rectangle and Square! Four right angles

Which polygons have diagonals that are perpendicular bisectors?

Square and Rhombus! Right angles at the intersection of the diagonals

I’m the only polygon where my opposite angles are supplementary

Isosceles Trapezoid!

Which polygon has no parallel sides and no congruent sides?

Quadrilateral! 4 sides, 4 angles, nothing else needed

Which quadrilateral has 4 obtuse angles?

Solve for x

Find x if the area is 45

Solve for x and find the missing angle

Solve for x

AM = 2x BC =3x+6

Find the perimeter

Give the following rhombus, Solve for x

Given the following rhombus Solve for x

Find x and the area, if the perimeter of the square is 60 ft

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