# Quadrilateral Creation

- Author:
- Madison WIse , Tim Brzezinski

- Topic:
- Parallelogram, Quadrilaterals, Rhombus, Square, Trapezoid

## Move the pink vertices of this quadrilateral around to form a PARALLELOGRAM.

## 1.

In the applet above, use the tools of GeoGebra to show how/why the quadrilateral you formed is indeed a parallelogram. In the space provided, explain how your results illustrate this quadrilateral is a parallelogram.

## Move the pink vertices of this quadrilateral around to form a RHOMBUS (that is NOT a square).

## 2.

In the applet above, use the tools of GeoGebra to show how/why the quadrilateral you formed is indeed a rhombus. In the space provided, explain how your results illustrate this quadrilateral is a rhombus.

## Move the pink vertices of this quadrilateral around to form a RECTANGLE (that is NOT a square). Try to do so in such a way any pair of opposite segments is neither horizontal nor vertical.

## 3.

In the applet above, use the tools of GeoGebra to show how/why the quadrilateral you formed is indeed a rectangle. In the space provided, explain how your results illustrate this quadrilateral is a rectangle.

## Move the pink vertices of this quadrilateral around to form a SQUARE. Try to do so in such a way any pair of opposite segments is neither horizontal nor vertical.

## 4.

In the applet above, use the tools of GeoGebra to show how/why the quadrilateral you formed is indeed a square. In the space provided, explain how your results illustrate this quadrilateral is a square.