This video describes the properties of a parallelogram. It states that it is a quadrilateral, meaning that the four angles inside have to add up to 360 degrees. Both sides of the parallelogram are always going to be parallel. Also, both sides are congruent, as well as the opposite angles. It also has two diagonals that intersect at a midpoint. This video will teach you the main properties of a parallelogram and help you better understand its angles and the physical makeup of it.
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