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Hello everyone,
I am having trouble writing down the exact proofs of these two questions:
1. The four bisections of a parallelogram form a rectangle.
2. If the bisections of quadrileteral ABCD form a rectangle, ABCD is a parallelogram.
First off, here's the analysis figure:
For question 1, I have written down the following:
AB // DC => Angle BAC + Angle ADC = 180^{o}. α + δ = 90^{o}. => Angle ASD = 90^{o}
The same can now be done with Angle CQB. However, Angles R and P are not in triangles, so I'm stuck there.
For question 2, I obviously give the reverse proof, starting from Angle ASD being 90^{o} and then reading backwards from question 1, but I have the same problem with angles P and R as I had with question 1.
If anyone could help me with this, thanks a lot!