Parallelograms – Geometry
Parallelograms – Geometry

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Parallelogram Proofs
Apply theorems to show if a quadrilateral has two pairs of parallel sides.
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Quadrilaterals that are Parallelograms
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Prove a quadrilateral is a parallelogram.
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Authors:
Dan Greenberg
Lori Jordan
Andrew Gloag
Victor Cifarelli
Jim Sconyers
Bill Zahner
Difficulty Level
Basic
Grades
10
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8
,
9
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Subjects:
mathematics
Geometry
Tags:
Opposite Angles Theorem Converse
Opposite Sides Theorem Converse
Parallel Congruent Sides Theorem
(2 more)
Parallelogram Diagonals Converse
quadrilateral
Language
English
Concept Nodes:
MAT.GEO.205.05 (Parallelogram Proofs – Geometry)
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artifactID: 7596
artifactRevisionID: 20649824
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