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Q: What quadrilaterals have two pairs of consecutive angles supplementary and opposite angles are not congruent?

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There are instances that quadrilateral angles can be consecutive and opposite angles are congruent. The best examples are square and rectangle.

Rectangles, of which squares are a special case.

All quadrilaterals have consecutive and opposite angles.

Consecutive angles are supplementary Diagonals bisect each other Opposite angles are congruent Opposite sides are parallel

A trapezoid

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A trapezoid

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A parallelogram (and all its special cases) has two pairs of opposite sides that are congruent. An isosceles trapezium has one pair of congruent opposite sides. Selected irregular quadrilaterals can have a pair.

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