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if a polygon has 'n' sides and S is the sum of the measures of it's interior angles.
a) theorem 8:4
b) none of the above
c) theorem 8:1
d) theorem 8:16

exterior angle sum theorem
a) if a polygon is convex, then the sum of the measure of the exterior angles with one at each vertex
b) none of the above
c) if a polygon is convex, then the measure of the measure of the exterior angles with one at each vertex
d) if a polygon is congruent, then the sum of the measure of the exterior angles with one at each vertex

opposite sides of a parallelogram are
a) congruent
b) bisect each other
c) are not equal
d) bisect each none of the above

_____________ angles in a parallelogram are congruent
a) equal
b) opposite
c) adjacent
d) none of the above

consecutive angles in a parallelogram are supplementary
a) theorem 8:16
b) theorem 8:5
c) theorem 8:4
d) none of the above

if a parallelogram has one ________ angle, it has four right angles
a) right
b) acute
c) obtuse
d) none of the above

the ____________ of a parallelogram bisect each other
a) diagonals
b) sides
c) angles
d) none of the above

the diagonal of a parallelogram separates the parallelogram into ____ congruent triangles
a) three
b) two
c) four
d) none of the above

in a parallelogram labeled ABCD, A+ B=180, B+C=180, C+D=180, and
a) D+A=180
b) D+A=360
c) D+A=361
d) none of the above

what is the interior angle sum theorem?
a) s=180(n-2)
b) s=360(n-2)
c) s=180(2-n)
d) none of the above

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