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It does help, thank you; Visual aids like this one will be very helpful under stressful and timed conditions when one might momentarily confuse a general quadrilateral with a square specifically. Remembering this drawings will definitely help! _________________

(1) MN = NO = OP (2) Angle N and angle O are right angles

Stupid, annoying question (sorry, I just had to vent):

1) tells us the lengths of three sides but this theoretically still could leave us with a fourth side that is longer/shorter than the rest, so insufficient

2) Tells us that our quadrilateral is either a rectangle or a square, insufficient.

1 + 2 tell us that our quadrilateral is a square, because 2) restricts the possible shapes that 1) can take, and combining the two tells us how long the fourth side in 1) is, so sufficient.

St1: Just two of the many different possibilities are : Rhombus and Square. Insuff St2: Just two of the many different possibilities are : Rectangle and Square. Insuff

St1+St2: It could only be square Ans: C _________________

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Found this question interesting cause my mind wanted to complicate it...Might sound dumb but is it a given in Math to assume that MNOP is in order? Wouldn't it change things if M and N were on a diagonal?

Found this question interesting cause my mind wanted to complicate it...Might sound dumb but is it a given in Math to assume that MNOP is in order? Wouldn't it change things if M and N were on a diagonal?

Hi yes, the alphabets give us the order of vertices _________________

Found this question interesting cause my mind wanted to complicate it...Might sound dumb but is it a given in Math to assume that MNOP is in order? Wouldn't it change things if M and N were on a diagonal?

We always read the vertices in the order (Clockwise or Anticlockwise) of their placements and don't consider them random vertices.

... And no question is dumb question it's more of exposure and less of competence that makes a difference among the level the questions test takers ask. SO don't be shy in asking any question however dumb you feel about that question. _________________

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Found this question interesting cause my mind wanted to complicate it...Might sound dumb but is it a given in Math to assume that MNOP is in order? Wouldn't it change things if M and N were on a diagonal?

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