Can two angles of a kite be consecutive and supplementary? No, because if two consecutive angles are supplementary, then another pair of consecutive angles are also supplementary. Since a kite has one pair of congruent opposite angles, then two pairs of opposite angles must be congruent.

## Can the opposite angles of a kite be supplementary?

THEOREM: If a quadrilateral is an isosceles trapezoid, the opposite angles are supplementary. … THEOREM: If a quadrilateral is a kite, it has one pair of opposite angles congruent. THEOREM: If a quadrilateral is a kite, it has one diagonal forming two isosceles triangles.

## What shape has opposite angles are supplementary?

Parallelograms

## Does a kite have two pairs of equal angles?

Kite. A kite has two pairs of equal sides. It has one pair of equal angles. The diagonals bisect at right angles.

## How do you find the opposite angles in a kite?

Additionally, kites must have two sets of equivalent adjacent sides & one set of congruent opposite angles. To find the sum of the remaining two angles, determine the difference between degrees and the sum of the non-congruent opposite angles. This means that degrees is the sum of the remaining two opposite angles.

## What are the 5 properties of a kite?

Kite properties include (1) two pairs of consecutive, congruent sides, (2) congruent non-vertex angles and (3) perpendicular diagonals. Other important polygon properties to be familiar with include trapezoid properties, parallelogram properties, rhombus properties, and rectangle and square properties.

## Do diagonals bisect angles in a kite?

The intersection of the diagonals of a kite form 90 degree (right) angles. This means that they are perpendicular. The longer diagonal of a kite bisects the shorter one. This means that the longer diagonal cuts the shorter one in half.

## Does a rhombus have 4 right angles?

A rhombus is defined as a parallelogram with four equal sides. Is a rhombus always a rectangle? No, because a rhombus does not have to have 4 right angles.

## What Quadrilaterals always have consecutive angles that are supplementary?

PARALLELOGRAMS (rectangles, squares, and rhombi): 1) Opposite sides of a parallelogram are congruent. 2) Opposite angles of a parallelogram are congruent. 3) Consecutive angles in a parallelogram are supplementary.

## Can a parallelogram have right angles?

Right Angles in Parallelograms

In a parallelogram, if one of the angles is a right angle, all four angles must be right angles. If a four-sided figure has one right angle and at least one angle of a different measure, it is not a parallelogram; it is a trapezoid.

## Which angles are equal in a kite?

The kites that are also cyclic quadrilaterals (i.e. the kites that can be inscribed in a circle) are exactly the ones formed from two congruent right triangles. That is, for these kites the two equal angles on opposite sides of the symmetry axis are each 90 degrees.

## Which angles are congruent in a kite?

The angles between the congruent sides are called vertex angles. The other angles are called non-vertex angles. If we draw the diagonal through the vertex angles, we would have two congruent triangles. Theorem: The non-vertex angles of a kite are congruent.

## Why is a rhombus a kite?

A rhombus is a quadrilateral with all sides of equal length. So a rhombus does have two pairs of adjacent sides of equal length and is therefore a kite.

## Can a kite have a right angle?

Thus the right kite is a convex quadrilateral and has two opposite right angles. If there are exactly two right angles, each must be between sides of different lengths. All right kites are bicentric quadrilaterals (quadrilaterals with both a circumcircle and an incircle), since all kites have an incircle.

## What is the sum of interior angles of a kite?

360°

## How do you identify a kite?

Here are the two methods:

- If two disjoint pairs of consecutive sides of a quadrilateral are congruent, then it’s a kite (reverse of the kite definition).
- If one of the diagonals of a quadrilateral is the perpendicular bisector of the other, then it’s a kite (converse of a property).