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What figure is formed when the consecutive midpoints of the sides of a quadrilateral are joined? What if the original quadrilateral were a rectangle? A kite? An isosceles trapezoid? A square? A rhombus? Other shapes? Explain why you think your answer is true.

## Winning Solution

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- Jennifer Burrows
- Amanda Taplett
Greenwich Academy, Greenwich, CT

## Honorable Mention

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- Susie Taylor
- Collen Cunnigham
Shaler Area High School, Pittsburgh, PA

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