Q: What are the quadrileterals where the diagonals bisect the corner angles?

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The 'long' diagonals are those two that run from one corner square diagonally across the board to the square in the opposite corner. They are the diagonals a1-h8 & h1-a8.

It has 4 equal sides It has no corner right angles It has 2 equal acute and 2 equal obtuse angles that add up to 360 degrees It has 2 diagonals that intersect each other at 90 degrees

A rhombus is a quadrilateral with four sides of equal length. It does not necessarily have a right angle. A rhombus can have all angles equal but not necessarily 90 degrees.

When the corner angles are right-angles (90 degrees)

Yes. Think of a normal square. Now place an X in the centre of it. An X is two diagonals. When the X is placed in the square, the endpoints go from one corner to another. Therefore, a square has two diagonals.

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The diagonals of a square bisect each corner or vertex of the square.

The diagonals of a rhombus are lines drawn from one corner, or vertex, to the opposite one. They have two important properties. 1. Diagonals bisects a pair of opposite angles. 2. Diagonals are !!perpendicular!!

2! A rectangle has only 2 diagonals, one from the corner and the other from the corner. Also that the rectangle has 4 angles, 4 sides, 2 axes of symmetry ( DONT GET CONFUSED)

Parallelograms: 1.)opposite side of a parallelogram are parallel and you can prove that by finding the slope for both lines. 2.) opposite sides of a parallelogram are congruent 3.) diagonals bisect each other 4.)opposite angles are congruent 5.) consecutive angles are supp. *Remember that alternate interior angles are congruent. To break it down in a better understanding way. 1.)opposite side of a parallelogram are parallel and you can prove that by finding the slope for both lines. If the shape is a parallelogram then you can find the slope of its sides. if they are parallel to each other then it is a parallelogram. 2.) opposite sides of a parallelogram are congruent top and bottom sides are congruent. right and left sides are congruent. 3.) diagonals bisect each other When you draw a straight line from the top right corner to the bottom left corner and from the top left corner to the bottom right corner, the bisect each other or in better terms, the lines cut each other equaly in half. 4.)opposite angles are congruent just as the sides. 5.) consecutive angles are supp. These angels produce a line. this line like all lines will add up to 180 degrees. *Remember that alternate interior angles are congruent.

Two features of a rhombus are it is a quadrilateral shape because it has 4 sides which are equal in length and it has no corner right angles but its diagonals are perpendicular.

The 'long' diagonals are those two that run from one corner square diagonally across the board to the square in the opposite corner. They are the diagonals a1-h8 & h1-a8.

Draw a line from one corner to its opposite corner. Repeat with the other two corners. The diagonals should be perpendicular to each other.

You connect the points that it has, corner to corner and count them. Moo

It has 4 equal sides It has no corner right angles It has 2 equal acute and 2 equal obtuse angles that add up to 360 degrees It has 2 diagonals that intersect each other at 90 degrees

A rhombus has no corner right angles but a square has 4 corner right angles

A square is classified as a rectangle with four corner angles.

A rhombus is a quadrilateral with four sides of equal length. It does not necessarily have a right angle. A rhombus can have all angles equal but not necessarily 90 degrees.