# Math

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True or False. A quadrilateral with these following vertices is a parallelogram.
(-4,-3),(2,-3),(4,-6),(-4,-6)

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Calling the points ABCD,

slope of AB = 0
slope of CD = 0 so AB || CD

slope of BC = -3/2
so BD not || to AD

no parallelogram - it is, however, a trapezoid.

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