James cut out four parallelograms, the dimensions of which are shown below. Parallelogram 1 length: 12 in. width: 15 in. diagonal: 20 in. Parallelogram 2 length: 16 in. width: 30 in. diagonal: 34 in. Parallelogram 3 length: 20 in. width: 21 in. diagonal: 29 in. Parallelogram 4 length: 18 in. width: 20 in. diagonal: 26 in. James put the parallelograms together so one vertex from each paper exists on a point, as shown in the circle. 4 parallelograms are put together so that one vertex from each paper exists on a point. Which statement explains whether or not the parallelgrams can be put together so each occupies one-quarter of the area of the circle without overlapping any other pieces? Check all that apply.

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