# Can a kite be concave?

• Concave kites

If either of the end (unequal) angles is greater than 180°, the kite becomes concave. Although it no longer looks like a kite, it still satisfies all the properties of a kite. This shape is sometimes called a dart.

• In Euclidean geometry, a kite is a quadrilateral whose four sides can be grouped into two pairs of equal-length sides that are adjacent to each other. A concave kite is sometimes called a dart or arrowhead, and is a type of pseudotriangle.

Secondly, are opposite angles in a kite equal? In a kite, two adjoining sides are equal as shown in the figure. Two pairs of sides known as consecutive sides are equal in length. One pair of diagonally opposite angles is equal in measurement. These angles are said to be congruent with each other.

Also asked, can you have a concave kite?

All darts are kites. Kites can be convex or concave. A dart is a concave kite. That means two of its sides move inward, toward the inside of the shape, and one of the four interior angles is greater than 180° .

Is a kite a regular polygon?

Quadrilaterals and Regular Polygons A quadrilateral is any four sided figure. Examples of quadrilaterals include a square, rectangle, parallelogram, trapezoid, rhombus, and kite. Regular polygons are polygons that are equilateral, having equal side lengths, and equiangular, having equal angles.

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