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Q: How many diagonals which are equal does a kite have?

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No, the diagonals are not equal.

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One answer is a kite.

From Wikipedia: '...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.' In other words, a kite consists of two isosceles triangles joined at the base. Beginning with a particular isosceles triangle, it will always be possible to construct from it one kite that has equal diagonals (given that the kite may be either convex or concave). Hence an infinite number of kites do have equal diagonals, but many do not. A notable example of a kite that does have equal diagonals is a square.

A Rhombus * * * * * WRONG! A rhombus does not have equal diagonals. If it did it would be a square! The shape is a special case of a kite.

Parallelogram, trapezoid, rhombus and a kite are some of them Note that a square and a rectangle have diagonals of equal lengths

A kite has two diagonals. To see a drawing that makes it perfectly clear, use the link below.A 4 sided quadrilateral kite has 2 diagonals

Yes 1 of the diagonals of a kite is symmetrical

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A kite fits this description.

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A Hexagonal Kite can be deduced to a rectangle of an area equal to 0.75 Kite diagonals * sqrt (3/4) Kite diagonals = 400 square meters. Therefore, diagonal = sqrt ( 400 / ( 3/4 * sqrt(3/4) ) ) meters =~ 24.816 meters

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