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• Exactly. ﻿Ill be back to give you your food.
• So this table is a parallelogram because it is a square and since squares have congruent opposite sides and parallel ﻿sides?
• ﻿Look Colby there are examples of rectangle s on the floor. Look at the floor boards. Rectangles opposite sides are parallel, opposite angles are congruent, diagonals of the rectangle bisect each other, and their consecutive angles are supplementary
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• ﻿Rectangles and parallelograms are similar and different. Parallelograms clearly contain all the five rules: opposite sides are congruent, opposite sides are parallel , opposite angles are congruent, diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other, consecutive angles are supplementary like the rectangle. But unlike parallelograms rectangles all angles are congruent and all diagonals are congruent. ﻿
• The light just turned on, which brings me to another parallelogram. A trapezoid, the shape of the lamp, a trapezoid has exactly one pair of parallel sides. Hope you enjoy your food.
• ﻿In a isosceles trapezoid The diagonals are congruent, the opposite sides are congruent and one side is parallel
• ﻿Whats the difference between an isosceles trapezoid and a trapezoid?
• ﻿I hope you enjoyed and learned a lot here at the Special 7. Please come again!
• Thank you! We learned so much and it was great!﻿
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