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Which quadrilaterals have opposite angles equal and for which quadrilaterals do diagonals bisect the vertex angles?

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if both pairs of opposite angles are congruent, it is a parallelogram; if only one pair is congruent, there is no specific name for such a quadrilateral..

if both diagonals bisect their respective vertex angles, you have a rhombus. if only one diagonal does this, it is called a kite..

if both diagonals bisect their respective vertex angles, you have a rhombus. if only one diagonal does this, it is called a kite..

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do diagonals of a parallelogram bisect their respective vertex angles?

- tim
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only if that parallelogram is also a rhombus..

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