Quadrilaterals

By Israel

Quadrilaterals

A quadrilateral is basically a polygon that has four sides and four angles. Examples of quadrilaterals are squares, rectangles, parallelograms, rhombuses, and kites. All of these figures have a lot of things in common. One example is that they all have four sides and four angles.

Squares and rectangles are the most common quadrilaterals. They have four right angles and parallel sides. Rectangles have two pairs of parallel sides. Squares have two pairs of parallel sides as well, but it also has 4 equal sides, which a rectangle doesn't have.A rectangle has two pairs of congruent sides.

The other figures(parallelograms, rhombuses, and kites)are not that popular, but they are very easy to spot, but you might just not notice them.

TRAPEZOIDS, RHOMBUSES, PARALLELOGRAM, and KITES

People at least know one of these shapes, and that's a kite. It is both easy to find and make. Trying to remember all of these shapes and what they are is not hard. Just put a little mind to it and it'll be as easy as pie.
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