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## Quadrilaterals with every vertex on a circle and opposite angles that are supplementary.

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## Inscribed Quadrilaterals in Circles Principles

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## Inscribed Quadrilaterals in Circles Examples

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## Inscribed Quadrilaterals in Circles Practice

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## Inscribed Quadrilaterals in Circles Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Inscribed Quadrilaterals in Circles.

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## Inscribed Quadrilaterals in Circles Four Square Concept Matrix

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## Sunrise at Stonehenge

Discover how Stonehenge might have been created thousands of years ago.

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