Posted by **Rachel** on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 at 10:46am.

1. Graph the quadrilateral with vertices C(-9,4), D(-4,8), E(2,6), and F(-3,2). What specific shape is it?

2. Include the work with explanations of how you solved this.

3. List at least 2 other ways you could have proved this. You do not have to prove these additional ways, but you may simply reference theorems we learned about this shape.

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