Properties of parallelograms: 1) opposite angles are congruent 2) opposite sides are congruent 3) opposite sides parallel 4) diagonals bisect each other 5) consecutive angles supplementary
all the properties of parallelograms PLUS: all right angles, diagonals are congruent
all properties of parallelograms PLUS: all sides congruent, diagonals are perpendicular
all properties of a parallelogram PLUS: all properties of rectangles and rhombi
exactly one pair of parallel sides; leg angles supplementary
special trapezoid where the legs are congruent; diagonals perpendicular; base angles congruent
trapezoid that contains a right angle
diagonals are perpendicular; 2 pairs consecutive sides congruent; angles formed by non congruent sides are congruent
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