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Chapter 4.2, Problem 1E
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a) As shown, must quadrilateral ABCD be a parallelogram?

b ) Given the lengths of the sides as shown, is the measure of A unique?

Chapter 4.2, Problem 1E, Note: Exercises preceded by an asterisk are of a more challenging nature. a As shown, must

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If mSTV=40,...Ch. 4.2 - In concave kite ABCD, there is an interior angle...Ch. 4.2 - If the length of side AB for kite ABCD is 6 in.,...Ch. 4.2 - Prove that the segment that joins the midpoints of...Ch. 4.2 - Prove that when the midpoints of consecutive sides...Ch. 4.3 - Being as specific as possible, name the type of...Ch. 4.3 - Being as specific as possible, name the type of...Ch. 4.3 - Being as specific as possible, name the type of...Ch. 4.3 - Being as specific as possible, name the type of...Ch. 4.3 - If the diagonals of a parallelogram are...Ch. 4.3 - If the diagonals of a quadrilateral are...Ch. 4.3 - A line segment joins the midpoints of two opposite...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 8 to 10, use the properties of...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 8 to 10, use the properties of...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 8 to 10, use the properties of...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 11 to 14, consider MNPQ with...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 11 to 14, consider MNPQ with...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 11 to 14, consider MNPQ with...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 11 to 14, consider MNPQ with...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 15 to 18, consider rhombus ABCD with...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 15 to 18, consider rhombus ABCD with...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 15 to 18, consider rhombus ABCD with...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 15 to 18, consider rhombus ABCD with...Ch. 4.3 - Given: ABCD not shown with AB = 8 and BC = 6; M...Ch. 4.3 - Given: Rhombus RSTV not shown with diagonals...Ch. 4.3 - For Exercises 21 to 24, let...Ch. 4.3 - For Exercises 21 0t 24, let...Ch. 4.3 - For Exercises 21 to 24, let...Ch. 4.3 - For Exercises 21 t 24, let...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 25 and 26, supply the missing...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 25 and 26, supply the missing...Ch. 4.3 - Which types of quadrilaterals is are necessarily...Ch. 4.3 - Which types of quadrilaterals is are necessarily...Ch. 4.3 - Find the perimeter of the cyclic quadrilateral...Ch. 4.3 - Find the perimeter of the square shown.Ch. 4.3 - Are quadrilaterals ABCD and EFGH congruent aif...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 32 and 33, explain why each statement...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 32 and 33, explain why each statement...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 34 to 39, write a formal proof of...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 34 to 39, write a formal proof of...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 34 to 39, write a formal proof of...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 34 to 39, write a formal proof of...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 34 to 39, write a formal proof of...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 34 to 39, write a formal proof of...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 40 to 41, you will need to use the...Ch. 4.3 - In Exercises 40 to 41, you will need to use the...Ch. 4.3 - a Argue that the midpoint of the hypotenuse of a...Ch. 4.3 - Two sets of rails railroad tracks are equally...Ch. 4.3 - In square ABCD not shown, point E lies on side DC....Ch. 4.3 - In square ABCD not shown, point E lies in the...Ch. 4.3 - The sides of square ABCD are trisected at the...Ch. 4.4 - Find the measures of the remaining angles of...Ch. 4.4 - Find the measures of the remaining angles of...Ch. 4.4 - What type of trapezoid a has congruent diagonals....Ch. 4.4 - What type quadrilateral is formed when the...Ch. 4.4 - Given isosceles trapezoid ABCD, Find. a AC, if BD...Ch. 4.4 - In trapezoid ABCD, MN is the median. 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