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Not necessarly. If the sum of two of the sides congruent to each other are greater than that of the sides opposite them, then no. If however the kite forms a rombus ot square, the diagnoles will form four congruent triangles with the base of both being the line of symmetry.

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Q: Do the diagonals of a quadrilateral kite separate the kite into four congruent triangles?
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