A square may or may not be a trapezoid, or trapezium. That's because there is a bit of a difference of opinion as to the definition of a trapezoid. One definition of the trapezoid is that is has one pair of parallel sides. The square meets this condition. Another definition of the trapezoid is that is has exactly one pair of parallel sides. The square cannot meet that definition because it has two pairs of parallel sides.
No a square is not a trapezoid
Square = parallelogram and a square trapezoid = trapezoid Parallelogram = Parallelogram
a trapezoid is slanted and a square is not
No, it is either a trapezoid or a square.
Look at the amazing four-sided trapezoid! That 'square' is not square, it is a trapezoid.
A square can't be a trapezoid because it has two parellel sizes.
No, a square is not a trapezoid.
No, a trapezoid cannot be a square. Want me to include reasons? Just send me a message.
Yes because if you square root the area of a trapezoid that will give you the side of a square
Sure it can. A trapezoid has two parallel sides; a square has both pairs of side parallel. Therefore, all square are automatically trapezoids.
'A square is a type of rectangle, a rectangle is a type of paralellogram, a paralellogram is a type of trapezoid, a trapezoid is a type of quadrilateral.
Two, a square and a trapezoid. A square is a rectangle and a parallelogram.
A normal trapezoid with at least 25 square feet.
A square cannot be a trapezoid because a trapezoid has only one set of parallel lines. One of the trapezoids lines will eventually intersect. A square has two pairs of parallel lines.
Trapezoid. The rectangle, square, and rhombus are all parallelograms. The Trapezoid is a solid: a prism of trapezium cross-section.
No, a square is never a trapezoid.
a trapezoid requires at least two parallel sides, so a square is a special case of trapezoid, but not all trapezoids are square.
They are all polygons.