Can I have a Piece of Polygon?

Cameryn Lucas & Alex Pierson, 8th Hour

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Example of a Parallelogram With Work

We set the two equations with the same variables equal to each other. For solving for the variable "y", we added 7 and subtracted 1y to each side and got y=6. For solving for x, we divided 2 on both sides and got x=2.
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Example of Trapezoid With Work

A trapezoid has 2 parallel sides and 2 congruent sides. If angle C (the given angle) equals 50 then you automatically know that angle F equals the same. Angle C and angle D together equal 180. By subtracting 50 from 180 you get 130. Angle D and angle E equal 130. They are congruent and angle E plus angle F equal 180.

Kites

A kite is a quadrilateral with two pairs of consecutive sides congruent and no opposite sides congruent. Its diagonals are are perpendicular.

Example of Kite With Work

Angle 1 always equals 90 . Angle 3 is equal to the angle adjacent to it. Angle 3 equals 52. Angle 1, angle 2, and angle 3 added together equal 180. By adding like terms, 52 plus 90, you get 142. Then by subtracting 142 from 180 you get the measurement of angle 2, which is 38.
POLYGON RAP

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