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Which properties of parallelogram ABCD below are true?
1. Sides AB and DC are parallel
2. Angles B and C are supplementary
3. Angle A = Angle C
4. The sum of all the angles is 360 degrees
5. all of the above
Which of the following pairs of quadrilaterals always have congruent diagonals?
1. square and parallelogram
2. square and rhombus
3. square and rectangle
4. parallelogram and rhombus
Which of the following is NOT true for all parallelograms?
1. opposite sides are congruent
2. opposite angles are congruent
3. diagonals bisect each other
4. consecutive angles are congruent
Which of the following is NOT true for square ABCD whose diagonals intersect at E?
1. $mangABC=90deg$
2. $mangABE=45deg$
3. $mangAED=45deg$
4. $mangCED=90deg$
5. $mangBCE=45deg$
Which of the following pairs of quadrilaterals always have all 4 sides congruent?
1. square and rectangle
2. square and rhombus
3. rhombus and rectangle
4. parallelogram and square
Which of the following is a valid conclusion?
1. All rhombi are squares.
2. All rhombi are rectangles.
4. All rectangles are parallelograms.
Which of the following pairs of quadrilaterals always have perpendicular diagonals?
1. square and rectangle
2. parallelogram and rhombus
3. rhombus and rectangle
4. rhombus and square
Given parallelogram ABCD, $mangA=30$, find the sum of the next two consecutive angles.
1. 60
2. 90
3. 120
4. 180
5. 240
6. 360
7. The sum of the consecutive angles is congruent to the difference of the opposite angles.
8. Cannot be determined from given information.

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