Q: Can two different quadrilaterals be formed using the same sides?

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The diagonals of a square for example divides it into 4 isosceles triangles

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Quadrilaterals are four-sided shapes that have a lot of use in math, like using them to determine the area of more complicated shapes.

As long as the two quadrilaterals are congruent, yes. (Congruency ignores position, including rotation and reflection.)

Draw a line touching one side to the opposite side of the square, which is not parallel to any side, and does not touch any vertex, so you will have two new quadrilaterals, each one has one pair of parallel sides and one pair of nonparallel sides.

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The diagonals of a square for example divides it into 4 isosceles triangles

Use different colours and tessalation. Works for me.

Polygons are generally named according to the number of sides (or vertices). There are some exceptions: there are different names for different types of triangles and quadrilaterals. Apart from triangles and quadrilaterals, the formal names for polygons are made up from a Greek prefix for the number of sides followed by the suffix "gon". See the following link for details: kutztown.edu/schaeffe/Tutorials/General/Polygons.htmlHowever, these names are only used for the first few polygons except by people who usually wish to be obfuscating, pretentious or unhelpful. It is far better to refer to a polygon with a large number of sides using the number. Thus is takes little effort for the reader to figure out what a 87-gon is, but an octacontaheptagon?Polygons are generally named according to the number of sides (or vertices). There are some exceptions: there are different names for different types of triangles and quadrilaterals. Apart from triangles and quadrilaterals, the formal names for polygons are made up from a Greek prefix for the number of sides followed by the suffix "gon". See the following link for details: kutztown.edu/schaeffe/Tutorials/General/Polygons.htmlHowever, these names are only used for the first few polygons except by people who usually wish to be obfuscating, pretentious or unhelpful. It is far better to refer to a polygon with a large number of sides using the number. Thus is takes little effort for the reader to figure out what a 87-gon is, but an octacontaheptagon?

Using a protractor will help in finding obtuse angles in some quadrilaterals except squares and rectangles

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Quadrilaterals are four-sided shapes that have a lot of use in math, like using them to determine the area of more complicated shapes.

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As long as the two quadrilaterals are congruent, yes. (Congruency ignores position, including rotation and reflection.)

Draw a line touching one side to the opposite side of the square, which is not parallel to any side, and does not touch any vertex, so you will have two new quadrilaterals, each one has one pair of parallel sides and one pair of nonparallel sides.

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No. The formal definitions of parallelogram and trapezoid specifically exclude each other.A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides.A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides.

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