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A kite is a special kind of quadrilateral, that is, a shape with four sides and four vertices. A kite can be made with 4 right triangles.
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Not necessarly. If the sum of two of the sides congruent to each other are greater than that of the sides opposite them, then no. If however the kite forms a rombus ot square,… the diagnoles will form four congruent triangles with the base of both being the line of symmetry.
An isosceles triangle
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One of its interior will be 90 degrees. also there will be a little box in the corner to show that it is a right angle.
A triangle is formed by three straight lines and has three interior angles that add up to 180 degrees.
Well, that depends on the Kite. You can divide it in a number of ways. But on a standard kite, there's 4.
A kite in the air has kinetic energy.
No because it is a quadrilateral Answer: Kites can be made in any simple shape (triangle, rectangle, tetrahedron, circle, etc.) or even complex forms (birds, dragons, sailin…g ships, etc.) as long as there is a sufficient surface area to provide lift to the system
right angle triangles have right angles, but there is no such thing as a right angle kite
a triangle is formed by line segments that connect two non-collinear points
1. Pick any vertex corner point on the hexagon 2. Draw straight line, going clockwise, to corner point skipping the corner point next to where you started 3. From the new …point draw another straight line to corner point, going clockwise, again skipping the next corner point 4. There you have it!