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Camilles math teacher described a quadrilateral with 2 pairs of parallelvsides and 4 lineage of symmetry. Which of these quadrilaterals must have the characteristics that Camilles math teacher described?
A. Trapeziod
B. Square
C. Rhombus
D.parallelogram

Square
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