parallelogram, rectangle, square, rhombus
A parallelogram is a 4 sided quadrilateral and its opposite sides are parallel to each other.
Any even-sided, regular shape will have opposite sides parallel. A square, hexagon, octagon and decagon are just four examples !
Any even sided irregular polygon can have opposite sides parallel. A parallelogram would be the simplest of these.
A parallelogram is a shape. It is a four-sided plane rectilinear shape with opposite sides parallel.
A trapezium is a 4 sided quadrilateral shape with a pair of opposite parallel sides of different lengths.
A rhombus is a four sided shape where all sides are equal length and opposite sides are parallel.
A 25-sided shape would have no parallel sides !
There is no "other shape" for a trapezoid (called a trapezium outside of North America). By definition it's a four-sided figure with one pair of opposite sides that are parallel.
A parallelogram is a four sided shape where opposite sides are parallel and equal lengths. If you mean that ALL sides are equal lengths, you are looking for a rhombus.
The four sided shape that has two parallel lines is called a trapezoid. A parallelogram is a four sided shape that has two pairs of parallel lines.
A four sided figure with all sides the same length and opposite sides parallel.
How about a square, rectangle, rhombus or a parallelogram in which all have 2 pairs of opposite parallel sides.
No. A trapezoid is a 4-sided flat shape with straight sides that has a pair of opposite sides parallel. The opposite angles not congruent.
A four-sided polygon with opposite sides parallel could be a square, a rectangle, or a rhombus.If it has one pair of opposite, parallel sides, then it is a trapezoid. If it has two pairs of opposite, parallel sides, then it is a parallelogram.
A quadrilateral (four-sided shape) is a parallelogram if it has two sets of parallel sides. If it has only one set, it is a trapezoid, also known as a trapezium.
Any regular polygon with an even number of sides will have opposite sides that are parallel. For quadrilaterals (4-sided shapes), a trapezoid has one set of opposite sides and a parallelogram (rectangle, square, rhombus) has both sets of opposite sides parallel.
A rhombus is a 4 sided shape, all sides of equal length, opposite sides parallel and opposite angles are equal, also the diagonals bisect each other at right angles.
Because, in this four sided figure, the opposite sides are parallel to each other.
A parallelogram is a four sided shape where each of the two opposite sides are parallel. A consequence of this is that opposite sides are equal in length, and opposite angles are also equal.
A four-sided shape is a quadrilateral. With only one pair of parallel sides, it would be called a trapezoid (UK trapezium).
Yes, always. A rhombus is a 4 sided plane shape that has 4 equal sides. Opposite sides are parallel. ■
A rectangle is a shape that has four sides with two parallel lines.
If the polygon is also a quadrilateral (4 sided polygon) then the answer is trapezoid. But there are many multi-sided polygons that could have a pair of opposite parallel sides - hexagon for example or consider the following pentagon: /\ | | -- That was difficult, but you get the idea. It looks like a house.
A four-sided polygon with opposite sides parallel and all sides congruent is a square.
The opposite sides of a parallelogram are parallel lines and a parallelogram is a 4 sided quadrilateral