## kite

### A kite is a quadrilateral shape with two pairs of adjacent sides that are equal in length

A kite is a quadrilateral shape with two pairs of adjacent sides that are equal in length. It has two pairs of congruent, adjacent sides, and one pair of opposite congruent angles. One of the angles is larger than 90 degrees (obtuse) and the other angle is smaller than 90 degrees (acute).

To find the area of a kite, you can use the formula A = (d1 * d2) / 2, where d1 and d2 represent the lengths of the diagonals of the kite. The diagonals of a kite are the line segments that connect opposite vertices.

To find the perimeter of a kite, you need to add the lengths of all four sides. If all the sides are labeled as a, then the perimeter of a kite would be P = 2a + 2b, where a and b represent the lengths of the unequal sides.

To solve specific problems involving kites, you may be given information about the length of certain sides or angles. You can use the properties of kites to solve for the missing lengths or angles. Some examples of problems you may encounter include finding the length of a diagonal, determining the length of a side given the area, or finding the measure of an angle given the lengths of the sides or diagonals.

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