Probably yes because its got the same shape so probably yes in fact I'm definite
a quadrilateral in maths is a FOUR SIDED shape: e.g kite square oblong/rectangle ---- Notice the 'quad' quad means four kofie2468
A kite, a rhombus (special case of a kite), a square (a special case of rhombus).
It depends on what shape the kite is.
It is the symmetrical combination shape for over 505 houses.
A quadrilateral because it has 4 sides
a common kite shape is a diamond
No, not every rhombus will be a kite. The opposite is also true that not every kite will be a rhombus.
It is called an arrowhead or, less commonly, a delta.
An inverted kite is still a kite.
In geometry a kite, or deltoid, is a quadrilateral with two disjoint pairs of congruent adjacent sides, in contrast to a parallelogram, where the congruent sides are opposite. The geometric object is named for the wind-blown, flying kite (itself named for a bird), which in its simple form often has this shape.
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