Square not square

Move the vertices or sides to determine which specific quadrilateral each color is. Each shape below only has one specific quadrilateral that it can be based on the shapes properties. of angles and side congruence. Write a complete sentence describing why you think each shape is what it is and what shapes it could not be. For example: When I move the Blue vertices, I notice that the there is always two pairs of parallel lines. The shape does not have four congruent sides or angles, so it is not a rhombus, square, or rectangle.I conclude that the Blue shape must be a parallelogram. Hint 1: There is one quadrilateral that repeats itself below. There is also one more parallelogram in the mix. Hint 2: The purple shape has a specific name that combines a name from the triangles with the name of the quadrilateral. Think about the sides of this shape.