Geometry Quadrilateral Coordinate Plane Question

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What type of quadrilateral is formed by connecting the points (0, 9), (3, 6), (0, 1), and (–3, 6)?

rhombus
trapezoid
kite
quadrilateral

  • Geometry Quadrilateral Coordinate Plane Question -

    A graph shows that it is a kite.

    (0,1),(0,9). A ver. line.

    (-3,6),(3,6). A hor. line.

    The line of symmetry is the y-axis(x = 0).

    After connecting the 4 given points.
    you can complete the graph.

  • Geometry Quadrilateral Coordinate Plane Question -

    kite isa the answr

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