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# How many 4 sided figures?

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4 sided figures are quadrilaterals some of which are a square, a rectangle, a rhombus, a parallelogram, a kite ... etc

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## Related Questions

There are none to be seen but if you meant 4 sided figures then they are quadrilaterals

Yes quadrilaterals are 4 sided closed figures or polygons

A parrolulegram is all 4 sided figures, and trapizoid is not a 4 sided figure?

A square and a rectangle are 4 sided figures each having 4 interior 90 degree angles

three sided figures consist of only triangles, while a four sided figure consists of any quadrilateral, so you can draw more figures with 4 sideds than with 3

a square and a rectangle. Also: trapezium trapezoid parallelogram to have a 4-sided figure, angles don't have to be 90 degrees.

There exists at least one quadrilateral which is not 4-sided.

Four sided figures are called quadrilaterals. They are usually squares, rectangles, trapizoids, etc..

All six-sided two dimensional figures are hexagons.

No. There are some figures that don't have a name that are five sided.

3 sided figures are triangles.

I assume you mean 4 congruent sides or 2 pairs of congruent sides.. (There are no 4-sided figures with 8 sides.) A square.

Parallelograms are four sided figures. There are 360 degrees in a parallelogram.

Geometric figures in a plane can be 3-sided (triangle), 4-sided (square, rectangle, or, in general, quadrilateral), 5-sided (pentagon), 6-sided (hexagon), 7-sided (heptagon or septagon), 8-sided (octagon) and on and on in the polygons.

A hexagon is a six sided polygon but not necessarily you can hve other six sided figures

sercrevionImproved Answer:-An 8 sided polygon is an octagon

Both quadrilaterals (4 sided figures) with two sets of parallel sides.

All 4 sided polygons are quadrilaterals such as a square, rectangle, parallelogram, rhombus, kite ... etc

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