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Practice A
For use with pages 322–328

Decide whether the figure is a polygon. If not, explain why.

Lesson 6.1

1.

2.

3.

Use the number of sides to tell what kind of polygon the shape is.
Then state whether the polygon is convex or concave.
4.

5.

6.

Use the diagram at the right to answer the following.
7. Name the polygon by the number of sides it has.

M

N

8. Polygon MNOPQR is one name for the polygon. State two other names.
9. Name all of the diagonals that have vertex M as an endpoint.

R

O

10. Name the consecutive angles to N.
Q

P

State whether the polygon is best described as equilateral,
equiangular, regular, or none of these.
11.

12.

13.

Use the information in the diagram to solve for x.
14.

113

98

15.

(2x  25) (3x  5)

16.

(10x  10)
(5x  30)

x
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6.2

Practice A
For use with pages 330–337

Decide whether the figure is a parallelogram. If it is not, explain why not.
1.

2.

3.

Use the diagram of parallelogram MNOP at the right.
Complete the statement, and give a reason for your answer.
4. MN 

?

5. MN 

6. ON 

?

7. MPO 

8. PQ 

?

8. QM 

10. MQN 

N

?
?

Q

?

11. NPO 

?

M

?

Lesson 6.2

P

Find the measure in the parallelogram HIJK.
Explain your reasoning.
12. HI

13. KH

14. GH

15. HJ

16. mKIH

17. mJIH

18. mKJI

19. mHKI

O

H
84

I
7
G

K

28

8
16

J

Find the value of each variable in the parallelogram.
20.

10

21.

3x  7

12
27

9
2y 

2y  18

5y

3x  6

2x  9

Complete the flow-proof at the right.
22. Given:  ABCD 

ABCD

Prove: ABD  CDB
B

a.
A

BA CD
b.

c.
ABD

C

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6.3

Practice A
For use with pages 338–346

Are you given enough information to determine whether the
quadrilateral is a parallelogram? Explain.
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

12

12

60

120

60

What additional information is needed in order to prove
that quadrilateral ABCD is a parallelogram?
7. AB  DC

A

B

8. AB  DC

9. DCA  BAC

10. DE  EB

E

11. mCDA  mDAB  180
D

C

What value of x and y will make the polygon a parallelogram?
12.

13.

x2

(3x  5)

70

14.

xy

Lesson 6.3

12
3x

6

2x

(x  3y)

3x

5y

y1

Write a two-column or a paragraph proof using each method.
15. Given: MJK  KLM

a. By Theorem 6.6: If both pairs of opposite

Prove: MJKL is a parallelogram.
J

K

sides of a quadrilateral are congruent, then
the quadrilateral is a parallelogram.
b. By Theorem 6.10: If one pair of opposite

sides of a quadrilateral are congruent and parallel, then the quadrilateral is a parallelogram.

M

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6.4

Practice A
For use with pages 347–355

Each figure is a parallelogram. Identify the special type and explain
your reasoning.
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Match the properties of a quadrilateral with all of the types
of quadrilateral which have that property.
7. The diagonals are congruent.

A. Parallelogram

8. Both pairs of opposite sides are congruent.

B. Rectangle

9. Both pairs of opposite sides are parallel.

C. Rhombus

10. All angles are congruent.

D. Square

11. All sides are congruent.
12. Diagonals bisect the angles.

MATH is a parallelogram with diagonals intersecting at O.
Identify the type depending upon the given conditions.
13. MTAH

14. MT  AH

15. MAAT, AM  MH

16. MO  OT, AO  OH

17. MNOP is a square.
Lesson 6.4

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58

5x  8

O

18. DEFG is a rhombus.
D

3x  14

P

A

H

Find the value of x.

M

M

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19. WXYZ is a rectangle.
E

W

7x  4

X

3(x  8)

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Z

Y

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6.5

Lesson 6.5

Practice A
For use with pages 356–363

Match the pair of segments or angles with the term that describes
them in trapezoid PQRS.
1. QR and PS

A. bases

2. PQ and RS

B. legs

3. QS and PR

C. diagonals

4. Q and S

D. base angles

5. S and P

E. opposite angles

Q

R

P

S

Complete the statement with always, sometimes or never.
6. A trapezoid is

?

a parallelogram.
?

7. The bases of a trapezoid are

parallel.
?

8. The base angles of an isosceles trapezoid are
9. The legs of a trapezoid are

?

congruent.

congruent.

Find the angle measures of ABCD.
10. A

11. A

B

53

D

91

132

12.

B

B
108

C
D

C
D

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Find the length of the midsegment RT .
13.

A

7

W

14.

X

R

T

9

W

15.

X

R

C

W

R

X

T
22

Z

18

Y

13

Z

12

Y
Y
Z

T

Find the length of the sides to the nearest hundredth or the measure of
the angles in kite KITE.
16.

17.

I
K

4 2
2

6

18.

K

I
T

E 124

E

I

118
K

74 T

32

E

T
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6.6

Practice A
For use with pages 364–370

Lesson 6.6

Match the property on the left with all of the quadrilaterals that
have the property.
1. Both pairs of opposite sides are parallel.

A. Parallelogram

2. Both pairs of opposite sides are congruent.

B. Rectangle

3. Both pairs of opposite angles are congruent.

C. Rhombus

4. Exactly one pair of opposite sides are parallel.

D. Square

5. Exactly one pair of opposite sides are congruent.

E. Trapezoid

6. Exactly one pair of opposite angles are congruent.

F. Isosceles Trapezoid

7. Diagonals are congruent.

G. Kite

8. Diagonals are perpendicular.

Identify the special quadrilateral. Use the most specific name.
9.

10.

11.

Which two segments or angles must be congruent to enable you to
prove ABCD is the given quadrilateral? Explain your reasoning.
There may be more than one right answer.
12. rectangle

13. parallelogram

A

B

D

C

14. isosceles trapezoid

A

B

D

A

C

D

B

C

What kind of quadrilateral is PQRS? Justify your answer.
15.

y

(3, 5) Q

(2, 4)

y

(4, 4) Q

4

(1, 2)

P

P

(4, 2)

2

R

S
(1, 1)

S
1

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