This was super difficult for me and no matter how hard I tried, I couldn't figure it out! If someone could help me that would be awesome! Thank you!

This was super difficult for me and no matter how hard I tried, I couldn't figure it out! If someone could help me that would be awesome! Thank you!

A parallelogram has sides of lengths 5 and 9, and one angle is 31°. What is the length of the smaller diagonal? What is the length of the longer diagonal? your...

In Rhombus JKLM, diagonals JL and KM intersect at O. If the measure of angle KJL is 32, find every angle in the diagram.

In square ABCD, AC and BD intersect at E. Find the measure of every single angle in the diagram. If the measure of angle CED is represented by 5z+10, find the value of z.

The perimeter of a rhombus is 40. If the measure of the short diagonal is 12, find the measure of the longer diagonal.

A rhombus has diagonals of lengths 12 and 16. Find the length of a side of the rhombus.

If the area of a square is 49, find the perimeter

A parallelogram that must prove two angles congruent

Write a two-column proof. Given: ABCD and AFGH are parallelograms. Prove: angle C ≅ angle G

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1- Given a parallelogram MNPQ such that MN = 2a-3b and NO = 20-3b. Find the value of a and all possible value of b that make MNPQ a rhombus. 2- Given a quadrilateral ABCd such that ∠A...

angle A is 5y-54. Angle B is 2y-60 and Angle C is 3x

A picture is not provided with the problem, however, it is told that it is a parallelogram.

Sides SV and TU are opposite each other and side VU is opposite side ST. The figure itself is a parallelogram.

Given : 〉ABCD Prove: ∠D ≅ ∠B _D______________C | 1 /...

m(<B)=60• ,it's perimeter=13cm and the length of the minor diagonal=3.5cm find the length of AB and BC

I have a parallelogram labeled TSQR and H is the midpoint. I am supposed to solve for X given SH= 2x+7 and SQ= 2x+14, how do i setup the equation to solve for X?

Do the angles of a parallelogram have a certain measure or do they just have different measures in each problem?

I think I have to prove that the other opposite sides are also parallel, but I am not sure how to do it. It is given that the other opposite sides are congruent and parallel.

Find the area of the parallelogram spanned by the vectors <1, 0, -1> and <-2, 2, 0>. I have troubles with dot products.

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