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In the figure above, is quadrilateral PQRS a parallelogram?

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In the figure above, is quadrilateral PQRS a parallelogram? [#permalink] New post 12 Oct 2007, 11:07
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In the figure above, is quadrilateral PQRS a parallelogram?
(1) The area of ΔPQS is equal to the area of ΔQRS.
(2) QR = RS
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Re: DS: Geometry Set 29, Q2 [#permalink] New post 12 Oct 2007, 22:50
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In the figure above, is quadrilateral PQRS a parallelogram?
(1) The area of ΔPQS is equal to the area of ΔQRS.
(2) QR = RS


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1 tells us nothing about angles or "parallelogramness"
2 tells us nothing about angles or "parallelogramness"

Together tells us nothing either.
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 [#permalink] New post 13 Oct 2007, 03:08
E.

|| gram is a quadrilateral in which opp. sides are equal and parallel.

Stat 1:
Tells us nothing about the parallel sides; insuff.

Stat 2:
These are adjacent sides; insuff.

Stat 1 & 2:
Still doesn't provide us with any useful info.
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