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The easiest way to do this is to plot the 4 points and the connect them. Here is a graph of what the shape would look like.

Graph of 4 points (1,1) (5,1) (7,3) (3,3)

Hope this helps

by Level 4 User (9.5k points)
an trapizod thats the shape it would make
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But this is wrong. It is a parallelogram.
agree with this statement
a polygon with 4 congruent sides, 4 right angles, and whose opposites sides are parallel
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Doesn't have right angles.
graph the function y=1/2 x^2-3. Graph its reciprical function
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It is a parallelagram!

by Level 10 User (55.7k points)
which polygon has the larger interior octagon or hexagon?
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it's a pentagon!
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it is a parallelogram
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what shape has 6 sides?
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a hexagon
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The following graph is called a circle graph or a pie graph. Each sector shows the number of marbles Levi has: 240 are red, 144 are blue, 60 are yellow, 120 are green, and 60 are clear. What fraction of marbles are red? Write the fraction in simplest form.
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 A Parallelogram

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quadrilateral
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three equilateral triangles joined to each other 3-dimantially
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n(n-3) n is the number of diagonals in a polygon

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hemispere(2/3)(pi)(radius-cube)

parallelogram prism(lenght x height) x thick(or breath)
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make two numbers using all the digits 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 so that one of the numbers is twice as large as the other
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Parallelogram

 

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how do I find the sum of 168
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parellelogram

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what is the name of the polygon
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1) It would entirely depend on how they were connected.

2) I see most here wrongly assumed a final connection between (3,3) and (1,1).  Why?
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what are the variablesof a parallelogram?
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Parallelogram
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I came up with a completely different answer - when I connected the points, I came up with a sine wave instead of a parrellogram.
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why calculate the median in a graph concerned with behaviour?
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A Parellelogram is what you come up with.


Here is a parallelogram:

 

                                image

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I think it is a polygon.
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It has 4 sides on it
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a parellelogram
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easy a unhappy person
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a quadrilateral
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a parallelogram
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Paralellagram

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The answer to what shape is created if you connect the following points 1.1,   5.1,   7.3,    3.3.

RHOMBUS

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(1,1).(5,1),(7,3),(3,3)
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how much sides do a pentagon
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i have fewer than 4 vertices but more than 2 sides
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a trapizoid is the answer
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A Parallelogram

Graph of 4 points (1,1) (5,1) (7,3) (3,3)

by Level 1 User (300 points)
a paralelogram
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you can form a parallelogram
by Level 2 User (1k points)

 A Parallelogram

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i  am looking for a part of  shapes and space and how  the drawing is
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aquatic animals geromatic shapes with names
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the shape formed when we connect the points (1,1) (1,5) (7,3) and (3,3) is "rhombus"
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let all points be a,b,c,d... since by distance formula all side are equal and digonals are not equal therefore it is a reactangle
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if we divide 2 of 5 what willbe answer

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The shape that is created when you connect the following is: A Rhombus
by Level 1 User (180 points)
a parm you stupid
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The points given conform the shape as a rombous

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what is classification of polygons
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 A parallelogram.

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im trying to find a line of symmetry divides a figure into 2 congruent parts
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Square/rectangle, my dear.mail

 

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My money is on a Rhombus!
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parallogram

base=4 & hite=2

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(3,3) ( 7,1)

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Parallelogram...two pairs of parallel and congruent sides.

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thank you for teaching mesmiley

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icositetradecagon

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icositetakiaddecagon
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square wil be formes
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rhombus
by Level 1 User (540 points)
a triangle
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parallelogramy
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The shape is a parallelogram.
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by Level 1 User (140 points)
trapezoid
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franclinwink

   
   
   

 

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a trapizoid/ paralelagram/ quadrilateral
by Level 1 User (380 points)
(-2,3)

(4,5_

(6,-1)
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paralellagram

by Level 2 User (1.8k points)
what is 1.5% of $990.00?
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square, parallelogramn
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if a diagonal of a square id 18cm, how long is a side?
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describe what is circle and triangle
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A pentagon dumba**
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                                 a parallelogramyes

 

 

 

by Level 1 User (160 points)
what is the answer to 2x+15      x+15
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math for me is very difficult 

please some body help me

some times I escape on class when the subject is math 

sometimes i bored 

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I need program software for help me to work
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.60 and 60 percent
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It would definitly be a paralellogram but I dont belive it would exactly be a trapazoid but,,, I may agree it is a quadrilateral based upon if you are talking about polygons.                                     


yessmileyyes

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3/4+6/7
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3(x2+7)

2s(s-4)

(w+7)(w+4)

(x+9)(x-2)

(2t-1)(t+5)
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parallelogram

 

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a bus started the journery and reached different places with a speed of 60/hr.the jounery is shown below:     A to B  - 4170km  B toC - 3140km C to D- 2160km D to E - 8140km  Eto F- 4830km  F to G - 2550km   G  to A -1290     a question  find the total distance  coverded by the bus ,if it starts from A and returns back to A.
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Parallelogram

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how to clauclate to irregular petagon?
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right triangle 

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A parallelogram!!!laugh

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a square
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Wow. A lot of people answering. Looks like a ful house today. 


cool

by Level 10 User (57.3k points)

A parallelogram is made from the following coordinates:

(1,1), (5,1),(7,3), and (3,3)

 

Hope this helps.

 

by Level 3 User (2.7k points)

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