Properties of Quadrilaterals
ACBD : EFGH :: OQPR –
Can you draw a unique triangle with any 3 possible measurements of sides or angles?
With 3 angles, Yes; With 3 sides, No
With 3 sides, Yes; With 3 angles, No
No, not possible
If you have AB = 3 cm, BC = 4 cm, CD = 5 cm & and DA = 6 cm, can you draw quadrilateral ABCD? If you can, will this quadrilateral be unique?
If I have a quadrilateral PQRS, how many triangles are there in the quadrilateral in which I must have one of the diagonals as a side.
- It is possible to draw the quadrilateral
- None of these
- It is not possible to draw the quadrilateral since AD + DC < AC
- It is possible to draw the quadrilateral since AD + DC < AC
At least four measurements are required to draw a unique quadrilateral.
In the construction of quadrilateral ABCD, AB, BC, CD, AC and BD are given. Which of the following triangles cannot be drawn as the first step of construction?
The number of parameters required to construct a quadrilateral is ___. Choose the most appropriate answer to fill in the blank.
Measurements of which of the following parts would be sufficient to construct a quadrilateral?
5 sides and 3 diagonals
3 sides only
3 angles and their 2 included sides
2 diagonals only
There is a quadrilateral made by attaching 2 congruent triangles. Two of its sides are 3 and 4 units. What can be the measure of the 3rd side?
All of These