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The term quadrilateral can be simply defined as a two-dimensional closed figure with four sides. Basically, there are two-dimensional shapes classified under quadrilaterals such as square which has a certain property.
In geometry, a quadrilateral is defined as a closed, two-dimensional shape which has four straight sides.
PROPERTIES OF QUADRILATERALS
- A quadrilateral has 4 sides, 4 angles, and 4 vertices
- A quadrilateral can be regular or irregular
- The sum of all the interior angles of a quadrilateral is 360°
TYPES OF QUADRILATERALS
- PARALLELOGRAM - Opposite sides are parallel and equal. Opposite supplementary angles are equal.
- SQUARE - All sides are equal. All right angles are equal and measure 90°.
- RECTANGLE - Opposite sides are parallel and equal. Opposite right angles are equal and measure 90°.
- RHOMBUS - All sides are equal. Opposite angles are equal.
- TRAPEZOID - Only one pair of opposite sides are parallel. Adjacent angles add up to 180°.
Understanding Properties of Quadrilaterals Worksheets
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Worksheet Activities Included
- Shapes’ School I.D.
- Teacher Michelle’s Activity
- Get to Know Each Traits
- III- Amethyst
- Ms. Johnson’s Class
- Class Groupings
- Quadrilaterals Quiz
- The Color Contest
- What it Takes to be a Scholar?
- School Journal