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I don't know where to start on this. If I could just get a few initial steps other than the given, that'd be great.
Given: ST = UV; W, X, Y and Z are midpoints
Prove: WZXY is a rhombus
It stinks because this isn't even an isosceles trapazoid, so I can prove that the top and bottom sides are parallel. Check out the sketchpad picture of it in the attachment.
Given: ST = UV; W, X, Y and Z are midpoints
Prove: WZXY is a rhombus
It stinks because this isn't even an isosceles trapazoid, so I can prove that the top and bottom sides are parallel. Check out the sketchpad picture of it in the attachment.
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