The answer depends on which definition of trapezoid (or trapezium, outside of North America) is used.
Some mathematicians define a trapezoid as any four-sided figure with at least one pair of parallel sides. Using that definition, a rhombus is a special type of trapezoid because a rhombus is a figure with two sets of parallel sides.
Others are more strict, using the name trapezoid only for four-sided figures with exactly one pair of parallel sides. By this definition a rhombus is not a trapezoid.
No. A rhombus is sometimes a square, but it's never a trapezoid.
No, a rhombus can never be a trapezoid. A trapezoid has one pair of parallel sides, and a rhombus has two pairs of parallel sides.
No, a trapezoid is not a rhombus.
No, a rhombus is not a trapezoid.
A rhombus can never be a trapezoid but they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals
No, a trapezoid is not always a rhombus, but they are both four-sided quadrilaterals.
A trapezoid can never be a rhombus because a trapezoid is defined to have exactly one pair of parallel sides.no
No, a trapezoid is never a rhombus because a rhombus has two pairs of parallel sides; a trapezoid only has one.They are both quadrilaterals because they have 4 sides
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No, a rhombus isn't a trapizoid.
a trapezoid has only 1 parrellel side and a rhombus has 2
Only a trapezoid and a rhombus are quadrilaterals because they have 4 sides.
They both have four sides. This is the only complete similarity between the rhombus and the trapezoid.
they have the same number of sides and if u put the rhombus down its would look like a trapezoid
Trapezoid. The rectangle, square, and rhombus are all parallelograms. The Trapezoid is a solid: a prism of trapezium cross-section.
Never, a rhombus is a parallelogram.
A rhombus has 2 pairs of parallel sides.
A trapezoid has one pair of parallel sides, a rhombus has two.A trapezoid can have at most three sides of equal length, though it need not have any. All four sides of a rhombus must be the same length.
Trapezoids and rhombuses are quadrilateral shapes. A trapezoid has 2 sides that are parallel and a rhombus has 4 sides that equal the same length.
It can be argued that a rhombus can fit inside a trapezoid. However, there are others who debate that a trapezoid can never be a rhombus because it is defined to have exactly one pair of parallel sides.