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
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?
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