PUMPA - THE SMART LEARNING APP

Helps you to prepare for any school test or exam

Download now on Google PlayWe can define a quadrilateral in two ways:

- A quadrilateral is a closed-form that is obtained by joining four points which are non-collinear to any three points.

- A quadrilateral is a shape which is closed with four vertices and four sides.

We can say that there are four sides, four angles, and four vertices are in a quadrilateral.

Think of the following quadrilateral, for example:

A quadrilateral \(ABCD\) will have two diagonals: \(AD\) and \(BC\).

Quadrilateral specific properties are:

- They have \(4\) sides.
- They have \(4\) vertices.
- They have \(2\) diagonals.
- The sum of all interior angles is \(360°\).

We will study in detail about the other properties of various quadrilaterals in the next theory.