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2-32.

One of the topics you will soon review in Section 2.2 is graphing shapes. The graph at right is called a first quadrant graph. It uses two number lines that only show positive numbers and zero. .

1. Carefully copy the axes (the number lines) and point A on a piece of graph paper.

2. Plot the points listed below. Then connect them in the order given. Point A is given for you.
$A$ $\left(2, 3\right)$, $B$ $\left(3, 7\right)$, $C$ $\left(7, 7\right)$, $D$ $\left(8, 3\right)$ Then connect $D$ to $A$.

3. What is the name of the shape that you drew?

Which quadrilateral has only one pair of parallel sides?

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