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Geometry: Chapter 5

49097 - Quadrilateral Terms

QuestionAnswer
parallelogram quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides
rhombus equilateral quadrilateral
rectangle equiangular quadrilateral
square quadrilateral that is both a rhombus and a rectangle
kite quadrilateral with two pairs of consecutive congruent sides
trapezoid quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides
midsegment a segment that connects the midpoints of two sides in a triangle or that connects the midpoints of the two legs in a trapezoid
isosceles trapezoid a trapezoid with congruent legs
length of a midsegment the average of the lengths of the two bases
reflexive property allows you to say that something is congruent to itself
A.I.A. conjecture if two lines are parallel, then the alternate interior angles are congruent
What is true about the diagonals in a parallelogram? they bisect each other
What is true about the diagonals in a rhombus? they are perpendicular bisectors of each other
What is true about the diagonals in a rectangle? they are congruent and bisect each other
What is true about the diagonals in a kite? they are perpendicular
CPCTC corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent
sum of the exterior angles of a polygon 360 degrees
sum of the interior angles of a polygon 180(n-2)
Created by: lbosel