Draw a 20 by 20 squre ABCD. Mark P on AB so that AP=8, Q on BC so that BQ=5, R on CD so that CR=8, and S on DA so that DS=5. Find the lengths of the sides of the equilateral PQRS. Is there anything special about this quadrilateral? Explain.

c=13,17

To solve this, you have to use the pythagorean theorem.

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Draw a 20 by 20 squre ABCD. Mark P on AB so that AP=8, Q on BC so that BQ=5, R on CD so that CR=8, and S on DA so that DS=5. Find the lengths of the sides of the equilateral PQRS. Is there anything special about this quadrilateral? Explain.

c=13,17

To solve this, you have to use the pythagorean theorem.

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