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Q: What quadrilateral could have 4 different side lengths?

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88/4=22

you cant really answer that if you don't know what type of quadrilateral it is. if it is a square then each side is 22 inches.

It is not possible to answer the question. The fact that there are four lengths given suggests that the shape is quadrilateral. However, for a quadrilateral, the side lengths do not provide enough information since a quadrilateral can be skewed: from a trapezium to a narrow needle-like shape.

The perimeter of a quadrilateral is 'side + side + side + side = perimeter'. If the quadrilateral is a square, you can simplify this to 'side x 4 = perimeter'.

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The lengths of the sides does not provide sufficient information to define a quadrilateral. This is because a quadrilateral can be flexed.For example, given the facts that the lengths are all the same, the quadrilateral could be a square or a rhombus.

rhombus

Any polygon with 4 sides is a quadrilateral

rhombus

A parallelogram is a 4 sided quadrilateral

A rhombus is a 4 sided quadrilateral

It is a trapezoid which has 1 pair of opposite parallel sides of different lengths

A rectangle is generally defined as a quadrilateral with four right angles. No rectangle can have four different side lengths by that definition. Finding the area of such a shape is therefore impossible.

Square

It is a trapezoid that has only one pair of opposite parallel lines of different lengths.

88/4=22

Not necessarily; it is a parallelogram - a rectangle is a parallelogram in which all angles are 90o. It could also be a rhombus - a rhombus is a parallelogram with all lengths the same; a square is a rhombus in which all angles are 90o.

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