For quadrilateral ABCD, the coordinates of vertices A and B are A(1,2) and B(2,2). Match each set of coordinates for vertices C and D, that is the most specific way to classify the quadrilateral.?
C(6,4), D(7,0)
C(6,1), D(5,3)
C(1,4), D(2,0)
C(1,6), D(0,2)
C(6,4), D(7,0)
C(6,1), D(5,3)
C(1,4), D(2,0)
C(1,6), D(0,2)
A  Rectangle B  Square
C  Parallelogram D  Rhombus
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To classify the quadrilateral formed by vertices A(1,2) and B(2,2) based on the coordinates of vertices C and D, we need to consider various possibilities:

If the coordinates of vertices C and D are such that the quadrilateral has opposite sides parallel and equal in length, it is a parallelogram. Possible coordinates for C and D in this case could be C(1,5) and D(2,9).

If the coordinates of vertices C and D are such that one pair of opposite sides is parallel and equal in length, and the other pair of opposite sides is not parallel, it is a trapezoid. Possible coordinates for C and D in this case could be C(4,2) and D(5,4).

If the coordinates of vertices C and D are such that all sides are equal in length and all angles are right angles, it is a rectangle. Possible coordinates for C and D in this case could be C(1,2) and D(4,2).

If the coordinates of vertices C and D are such that all sides are equal in length but not all angles are right angles, it is a rhombus. Possible coordinates for C and D in this case could be C(3,2) and D(4,5).

If the coordinates of vertices C and D are such that the diagonals are perpendicular and bisect each other, it is a kite. Possible coordinates for C and D in this case could be C(3,2) and D(4,3).
Therefore, based on the coordinates of vertices C and D, we can classify the quadrilateral in the most specific way as either a parallelogram, trapezoid, rectangle, rhombus, or kite.
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