Find the number of quadrilaterals in the given figure. Do not include degenerate quadrilaterals.

In the given figure, IJKL, AB & WXYZ are line segments that are parallel to each other.

There are 20 defined points on IJ which are connected to A by line segments.

There are 20 defined points on JK which are connected to both A and B by line segments.

There are 20 defined points on KL which are connected to B by line segments.

There are 20 defined points on XW which are connected to A by line segments.

There are 20 defined points on XY which are connected to both A and B by line segments.

There are 20 defined points on YZ which are connected to B by line segments.

16505941
16505555
16505379
16505345
16506841
16666666
15555555
16505873

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So, in this question there are 41 triangles. So, the number of quadrilaterals are $41^2$ = 1681

So, for two $41 quadrilaterals$ on the same base, the number of quadrilaterals are $1681*2=3362$

Now, the number of quadrilaterals in the middle region is twice the square of the triangles in any one part (upper part or lower part) So, counting in this manner the number of triangles in 20 triangles on the same base are $2870$ So, number of quadrilaterals in the middle region is $16473800$ Now, there are $6622$ points in the middle region, that are not counted because of the presence of any extra $rectangle$ . Now, $21601$ quadrilaterals have not been counted due to the presence of following such figures. Now, the following six figures have to be excluded, because they are triangles. So, the total number of quadrilaterals in the given figure(question) = $[3362+16473800+6622+21061] - 6$ = $16505385-6$ = $16505379$

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