A triangle may have a line longer than the other two.
A triangle will always have a line longer than the other two.
A triangle will always have all lines equal in length.
None of these
The diagonals of a trapezoid always intersect to form two pairs of equal line segments.
The diagonals of a quadrilateral always form angles that are supplementary when adjacent.
The diagonals of a rhombus are always equal and bisect each other.
The diagonals of a parallelogram always form angles that are 90 degrees.
Its midsegments form a rectangle.
Its midsegments and sides form 2 pairs of congruent triangles.
Its midsegments form a square.
Its midsegments form a shape that is divided into 4 equal parts by the diagonals.
Correct because it is always true
Incorrect because it is never true
Correct because it is sometimes true
Incorrect because it is sometimes false
D = square root of (b^2 + c^2)
D = b + c
D = a + c
D = b - c
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