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OpenStudy (anonymous):

# Which statement about a kite and trapezoid is true? Answer A trapezoid is similar to a kite because both have one pair of parallel opposite sides. A trapezoid is similar to a kite because both have two pairs of opposite sides parallel. A trapezoid is different from a kite because it does not have any pair of parallel sides. A trapezoid is different from a kite because it does not have diagonals that intersect at right angles.

hero (hero):

I know what the answer is, but I can't tell you.

hero (hero):

Instead, I will draw a picture

hero (hero):

And then you can tell me what the answer is

hero (hero):

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hero (hero):

|dw:1338067158343:dw| Oops, forgot to draw the other diagonal

hero (hero):

Any idea?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

A trapezoid is similar to a kite because both have one pair of parallel opposite sides.

OpenStudy (mertsj):

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OpenStudy (mertsj):

Which pair of sides is parallel?

hero (hero):

Okay, I failed to double-check myself, I drew a rhombus instead of a kite.

hero (hero):

My answer still remains the same however.

hero (hero):

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hero (hero):

There. Now the answer should be obvious

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