properties, theroems, postulates, definitions, and all that stuff managing parallelograms, trapezoids, rhombi, rectangles, and squares... I don't know why i'm making this haha ns hope it helps somebody

definition that a parallelogram
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a quadrilateral v both pairs of opposite political parties parallel
five properties/theorems for parallelogramsopposite sides are parallel, diagonals bisect every other, the opposite sides space congruent, the opposite angles room congruent, consecutive angles room supplementary
definition that a rectanglea quadrilateral with four right angles
rectangle theoremsif a parallel is a rectangle, climate its diagonals space congruent; if the diagonals that a parallelogram are congruent, then the paralellogram is a rectangle
five properties of a rectangleopposite sides space congruent and also parallel; the opposite angles room congruent; continuous angles are supplementary; diagonals room congruent and bisect every other; all four angles are ideal angles
definition that a rhombusa quadrilateral with 4 congruent sides
rhombus theroemsthe diagonals the a rhombus space perpendicular; if the diagonals that a parallelogram are perpendicular, climate the paralellogram is a rhombus; every diagonal of a rhombus bisects a pair of the opposite angles
properties that a rhombusall parallel properties apply; all 4 sides are congruent; diagonals space perpendicular; the diagonals bisect the opposite angles
definition of a squarea square with 4 right angles and also four congruent sides
properties of a squarethe nature of a rectangle plus the nature of a rhombus; 4 right angles; all four sides room congruent
definition of a trapezoida quadrilateral with precisely one pair the parallel sides
definition of one isosceles trapezoida trapezoid v the legs congruent
isosceles trapezoid theroemsboth pairs of basic angles space congruent; the diagonals room congruent
trapezoid average theoremthe typical of a trapezoid is parallel come the bases and its measure is one-half the sum of the procedures of the bases, or median=1/2(x+y)
in this quadrilaterals, the diagonals bisect each otherparalellogram, rectangle, rhombus, square
in this quadrilaterals, the diagonals are congruentrectangle, square, isosceles trapezoid
in these quadrilaterals, every of the diagonals bisects a pair of the opposite anglesrhombus, square
in these quadrilaterals, the diagonals are perpendicularrhombus, square
a rhombus is always a...

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parallelogram
a square is always a...parallelogram, rhombus, and rectangle
a rectangle is constantly a...parallelogram
a square is never a...trapezoid, since trapezoids only have actually one pair that parallel sides
a trapezoid is never a...parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, or square, because trapezoids only have one pair of parallel sides
these quadrilaterals constantly have all 4 congruent sidesrhombus, square
these quadrilaterals constantly have all 4 right anglesrectangle, square
these quadrilaterals always have perpendicular diagonalsrhombus, square
if you division a square into four right triangle by drawing its 2 diagonals, the measure of every of the angles in the triangles that is no a right angle is...45 degrees
the diagonals of a rhombus...are not always congruent, but they are always perpendicular and they do constantly bisect every other, and they do constantly bisect the bag of opposite angles
the diagonals the a rectangle...

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are not constantly perpendicular, but they are constantly congruent and they always bisect every other
the diagonals the a parallelogram...always bisect every other