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The Spatial Midpoint Quadrilateral Theorem
The midpoints of the sides of any quadrilateral in space form a planar parallelogram. The controls allow you to create a wide range of three-dimensional quadrilaterals, yet the blue polygon always remains a parallelogram.
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