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chapter 6 quadrilat.

geometry chapter 6 vocab with quadrilateral

TermDefinition
parallelogram opposite sides are congruent and parallel. opposite angles are congruent; consecutive angles are supplementary. diagonals bisect eachother
rectangle opposite sides are congruent and are parallel. all angles are 90 degrees. diagonals bisect eachother and are congruent
rhombus all sides are congruent and are parallel. opposite angles are congruent and consecutive are supplementary. diagonals bisect eachother and are perpendicular with opposite bisecting angles
square all sides are congruent and parallel. all angles are 90 degrees. the diagonals bisect each other and are perpendicular and congruent
trapezoid there is only 1 pair of parallel sides and and angles of the same leg add up to 180 degrees. the diagonals midsegments equal 1/2 the sum of the bases
isosceles trapezoid the sides called legs are congruent and teh base angles are cogruent. teh diagonals are also congruent
kite consecutive sides are congruent and there are no opposite congruent sides. there are no pairs of parallel sides and the congruent sides are next to each other. the congruent angles are where opposite of each other. the diagonals are perpendicular.
Created by: campbellm19