Posted by **Austin** on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 4:46pm.

OOPS!

Draw a pair of quads. where the angles of the 1st quad. are congruent to the angles of the 2nd quad. No side of one quad. is to be congruent to any side of the other quad.

THIS is straight out of the workbook

SORRY!

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