# Lesson 8 Parallelogram Conjectures and Proof Solidify Understanding

Use a compass and a straightedge to bisect the following line segments.

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Construct the midpoint,

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Construct the angle bisector of

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Construct a square inscribed in the circle.

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Construct a regular hexagon inscribed in the circle.

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Quadrilateral

Is quadrilateral

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Given:

Prove: Quadrilateral

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Given:

Prove: Quadrilateral

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Given: Quadrilateral

Prove:

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Given:

Prove:

State whether each statement is true or false. If it is false, explain why or rewrite the statement to make it true.

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If a triangle is equilateral, then the median and the altitude are the same segments.

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The perpendicular bisectors of the sides of a triangle also bisect the angles.

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Some of the angles in a triangle equal

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An altitude of a triangle may fall on the exterior of the triangle.

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The third angle in a triangle is always the supplement to the sum of the other

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In a right triangle, the

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All squares are also rectangles.

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A rhombus is always a square.

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If a figure is a trapezoid, then it is also a parallelogram.

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The diagonals of a rectangle bisect the angles.

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A parallelogram can have

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The figure made by two pairs of intersecting parallel lines is always a parallelogram.

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All of the angles in a parallelogram can be congruent.

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A diagonal always divides a quadrilateral into

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If a quadrilateral goes through a translation, the sides of the pre-image and image will remain parallel.