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Published: 15/12/2011
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Special quadrilaterals

Classify quadrilaterals by looking at equal and parallel sides, equal angles and how the diagonals intersect.    

See other resources: Geometry and measure | 2D shapes – identifying triangles and special quadrilaterals

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Christine  Cooper
Christine Cooper
Great resources, thank you
Posted on 19th March 2019
Liz L
Liz L
I agree, I had never come across a regular trapezium before - I understood regular to mean equal sides and angles?
Posted on 6th April 2017
J Hulance
J Hulance
Two points to note: "regular trapezium" is more commonly known as an "isosceles trapezium", and the diagonals do NOT cross at 90 degrees (in general).
Posted on 14th January 2016

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