The Midline Theorem, Trapezoid and Kites.

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- Q1
**According to the Area of the Kite definition, the area of the kite is ______ of the _______ of the lengths of its diagonals.**$2,\backslash \; sum$

$\backslash frac\{1\}\{2\},\backslash \; product$

$\backslash frac\{2\}\{3\},\backslash \; sum$

$\backslash frac\{2\}\{3\},\backslash \; product$

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- Q3
**An Isosceles Trapezoid is a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of _______****bases and _______ legs.**parallel, congruent

adjacent, congruent

supplementary and parallel

perpendicular, parallel

30s - Q4
**Find the area of a kite if one diagonal is 14 cm long, and the other diagonal is 11cm long.**144 cm

12.5 cm

14 cm

77 cm

60s - Q5
**In the trapezoid shown, which of the following is the correct formula to measure the median of the trapezoid using the Midline Theorem of Trapezoid?**$\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{AT\}\}\backslash \; =\backslash frac\{\backslash left(\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{MH\}\}\backslash right)\backslash \; \backslash left(\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{HT\}\}\backslash right)\}\{3\}$

$\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{GE\}\}\backslash \; =\backslash frac\{\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{MH\}\}\backslash \; +\backslash \; \backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{AT\}\}\}\{2\}\backslash $

$\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{GE\}\}\backslash \; =\backslash frac\{\backslash left(\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{MH\}\}\backslash \; -\backslash \; \backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{HT\}\}\backslash right)\}\{2\}$

$\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{GE\}\}\backslash \; =\backslash frac\{\backslash left(\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{MH\}\}\backslash right)\backslash \; \backslash left(\backslash overline\{\backslash mathrm\{HT\}\}\backslash right)\}\{2\}$

60s