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A series of transformations on quadrilateral S resulted in quadrilateral T. The angles of quadrilateral S and T are congruent but the sides of quadrilateral T are twice as long as quadrilateral S. Whi?

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A series of transformations on quadrilateral S resulted in quadrilateral T. The angles of quadrilateral S and T are congruent but the sides of quadrilateral T are twice as long as quadrilateral S. Which transformation on quadrilateral S must be included to result in quadrilateral T *
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In which quadrilaterals are consecutive angles always congruent?

Only in squares and rectangles. In a rhombus, the consecutive angle is supplementary (sums to 180 degrees).

What is the angle of a quadrilateral?

There are 360 total degrees in a quadrilateral. A square has 4 90 degree angles, and 90x4=360. To explain further, a square with 4 right angles (or 90 degrees), will have 18