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by Felix Gabathuler
| 21 Questions
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# Nice! You're catching on quickly! The force is strong with you! Now, please watch the following video AT LEAST one full time, if not a few times. It will give you a good idea about specific types of quadrilaterals, and their characteristics.

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# You do not want to miss this next video. It's LIT!!!!

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# Pssst!! Have you written anything down in your notebook? Did you take notes while watching the video or completing the practice sheet? If you didn't, why don't you take a second and write down all the different shapes your just heard about. Write one quick characteristic about each one as well! That's good note taking!!

Finished with the lesson and the notes!
Finished with the lesson but no notes...
Finished with the notes but not the lesson...
Didn't do anything...
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Not done
Done!
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70, 70, 70
20, 20, 70
70, 110,110
70, 120, 120
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# The last kind of quadrilateral we're going to study is called the Kite! Watch the following video for more information about what constitutes a Kite!

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# Let's do one last quick lesson about Quadrilaterals before the formative! Here we go!

Finito! With 100% correct!
Not finito
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