# geometry CA

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Graph quadrilateral ABCD. Then determine the most precise name for each quadrilateral.
1. A (0, 5), B (–5, 0), C (0, –5), D (5, 0) (1 point)
square
kite
rectangle
2. A (–4, 4), B (3, 4), C (5, 0), D (–2, 0) (1 point)
square
trapezoid
parallelogram
3. A (6, 10), B (9, 8), C (6, 2), D (3, 8) (1 point)
kite
square
trapezoid
4. A (–3, 5), B (1, 7), C (3, 2), D (–7, –3) (1 point)
parallelogram
trapezoid
rectangle

Find XY in each parallelogram.
5. (2 points)
in.
6. (2 points)
cm
7. (2 points)
m
For problems 8–13, find the variables for each figure.
8. (2 points)
x =
9. Find x and y in the figure.

(4 points)
10. (2 points)
x =
11. (2 points)
x =
12. (2 points)
x =
13. Find x and y in the figure.

(4 points)
14. For problems 14–19, find the measures of the numbered angles.

(4 points)
15. (4 points)
16. (4 points)
17. (6 points)
18. (6 points)
19. (6 points)
For problems 20–25, determine the most precise name of quadrilateral DEFG from the information given.

20. (2 points)
21. (2 points)
22. (2 points)
23. (2 points)
24. (2 points)
25. (2 points)

• geometry CA -

First, we do not have most of the figures.

Second, we do not do your work for you. Once you have attempted to answer your questions, we will be happy to give you feedback on your work. Although it might require more time and effort, you will learn more if you do your own work. Isn't that why you go to school?

• geometry CA -

stop cheating!

• geometry CA -

He is cheating, but you don't need to tell him to stop, no one is going to help him like that. He will learn when he does not know anything on the final exam.

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