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what is classification of polygons
answered Apr 15, 2013 by anonymous

 A parallelogram.

answered Apr 28, 2013 by anonymous
im trying to find a line of symmetry divides a figure into 2 congruent parts
answered May 4, 2013 by anonymous

Square/rectangle, my dear.mail


answered May 9, 2013 by anonymous
My money is on a Rhombus!
answered May 11, 2013 by anonymous

base=4 & hite=2

answered May 13, 2013 by anonymous

(3,3) ( 7,1)

answered May 16, 2013 by anonymous

Parallelogram...two pairs of parallel and congruent sides.

answered Jun 6, 2013 by anonymous

thank you for teaching mesmiley

answered Jun 9, 2013 by anonymous


answered Jun 18, 2013 by anonymous
square wil be formes
answered Jun 20, 2013 by anonymous
answered Jun 27, 2013 by dixiegurl827 Level 1 User (540 points)
a triangle
answered Jul 2, 2013 by anonymous
answered Sep 12, 2013 by angelina masocol
The shape is a parallelogram.
answered Sep 21, 2013 by anonymous
answered Sep 23, 2013 by laowen (140 points)
answered Oct 10, 2013 by anonymous




answered Oct 23, 2013 by franclin
a trapizoid/ paralelagram/ quadrilateral
answered Oct 27, 2013 by goodatmath (380 points)


answered Nov 12, 2013 by anonymous


answered Nov 15, 2013 by Jessi1213 Level 2 User (1,780 points)
what is 1.5% of $990.00?
answered Nov 19, 2013 by anonymous
square, parallelogramn
answered Nov 22, 2013 by deanna

لو سمحت يا اى حد فى الجروب ده انا طالب فى الابتدائى وحالى واقف خالص وعاوز اعرف الأشكال الهندسية وتعريفها بس بالانجليزى يا ريت حد يرد عليا ارجوووووكم يا جماعة

answered Dec 8, 2013 by anonymous
if a diagonal of a square id 18cm, how long is a side?
answered Jan 9, 2014 by anonymous
describe what is circle and triangle
answered Jan 20, 2014 by alex
A pentagon dumba**
answered Jan 23, 2014 by anonymous

                                 a parallelogramyes




answered Jan 24, 2014 by kalugmatay (160 points)
what is the answer to 2x+15      x+15
answered Feb 4, 2014 by anonymous

math for me is very difficult 

please some body help me

some times I escape on class when the subject is math 

sometimes i bored 



answered Feb 28, 2014 by anonymous
I need program software for help me to work
answered Mar 7, 2014 by Sofyan
.60 and 60 percent
answered Mar 12, 2014 by Audrey

It would definitly be a paralellogram but I dont belive it would exactly be a trapazoid but,,, I may agree it is a quadrilateral based upon if you are talking about polygons.                                     


answered Apr 14, 2014 by anonymous
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answered Jun 12, 2014 by anonymous
a bus started the journery and reached different places with a speed of 60/hr.the jounery is shown below:     A to B  - 4170km  B toC - 3140km C to D- 2160km D to E - 8140km  Eto F- 4830km  F to G - 2550km   G  to A -1290     a question  find the total distance  coverded by the bus ,if it starts from A and returns back to A.
answered Jun 12, 2014 by gargi


answered Jul 15, 2014 by priya
how to clauclate to irregular petagon?
answered Aug 5, 2014 by anonymous

right triangle 

answered Aug 15, 2014 by alyssa

A parallelogram!!!laugh

answered Feb 28, 2015 by Tucks!
a square
answered Nov 10, 2015 by anonymous

Wow. A lot of people answering. Looks like a ful house today. 


answered Jan 21, 2016 by Mathical Level 10 User (55,380 points)

A parallelogram is made from the following coordinates:

(1,1), (5,1),(7,3), and (3,3)


Hope this helps.


answered Feb 15 by Dino Zammit Level 3 User (2,620 points)
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