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Draw a pair of parallel segments that are not the samelength. Form a quadrilateral by

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Problem 30

Draw a pair of parallel segments that are not the samelength. Form a quadrilateral by drawing two segments between theendpoints of the parallel segments. What is the name of this typeof quadrilateral?

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COB 191 Notes 9/5 - 9/9 ** ON EXCEL File->Options->Excel Options-> Add Ins-> Data Analysis**  Bar Charts o Good way to show qualitative data of different categories o Data sets->Insert-> Bar charts  Pareto Charts o Frequency of categories that cause quality control problems o Shows Relative and cumulative Frequency  Pie Charts o Compares proportions of categorical data  Contingincy Table o Format to display observations with more than one value o Insert-> Pivot Table  Stem and Leaf Display o Splits values into stems (10’s) and leaves (1’s)  Scatter Plot o Picture of the relationship between 2 data points o Dependent variable- Y axis o Inde

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Textbook: Saxon Math, Course 1
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Author: Stephan Hake
ISBN: 9781591417835

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Draw a pair of parallel segments that are not the samelength. Form a quadrilateral by