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Parallelograms

Geometry definitions needed to solve proofs about Parallelograms

QuestionAnswer
parallelgram If a quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides // then parallelograme
trapezoid If a quadrilateral with exactly one side pair of opposite sides // then trapezoid
Distance Between // Lines Is the length of the prependicular segment from a point on line1 and line 2.
If 2 lines are // then they are equdistant every where
If a quadrilateral is a parallelgram then both pairs of opposite sides are //
If a quad. is a para llelagram then both pairs of opposite side are conguent
If a quad. is a parallelgram then both pairs of opposite angles are congruent.
If quad. is a parallelgram then consecutive angles are supplementary
If a quad. is a parallelgram then diagonals bisect each other
If both pairs of opposite sides of a quad are // then parallelogram
If both pairs of opposite sides of a quad. are congruent then parallelogram
If one pair of opposite sides of a quad are both congruent and // then parallelogram
If both pairs of opposite angles of a quad. are congrunt then parallelogram
If the diagonals of quad. bisects each other then paralleogram
If 3 or more // lines intecpt congrunt segments on one transversal then intersect congrunt on every transversal.
Created by: thehermitcrab on 2006-11-07



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