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# What are shapes with shapes with four sides called?

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There is no special name that distinguishes shapes with more than four sides from shapes with four or fewer.

trangelImproved Answer:-Shapes which have 4 sides are quadrilaterals such as a square, a rectangle, a rhombus, a parallelogram ..... etc

well the name of shapes that has four sides are called quadrilateral its called.

as shape with four sides is generally a squre but a group of shapes with four sides are called quadrelaterals

Shapes that have four straight sides are quadrilaterals. Squares, rectangles, and trapezoids are shapes that have four sides. A rhombus also has four sides.

Shapes that have four sides are known as quadrilaterals.

Well If you are looking for a four sided shape with no parallel sides it is called a trapezium.

A quadrilateral can have uneven four sides

Quadrilaterals are shapes that always have four (4) sides

They have four sidesThey have four sides and four angles.Quadrilateral shapes have four sides and four angles.

The shapes that I can think of are a square, rectangle, rhombus and a diamond

Shapes with 4 sides are called Quadrilaterals.There are special types of quadrilateral:Parallelogram, Rectangle, Rhombus, Square, Trapezoid, Kite.If it isn't one of those it is an irregularquadrilateral.

Impossible shapes. They are four sided shapes with three sides!

Quadrilaterals are shapes or figures that has four sides.

Quadrilaterals are two-dimensional shapes that have four sides. Quadrilaterals that have only one set of parallel sides are called trapezoids.

A shape with four or more sides can have two parallel sides.

Yes. Quadrilateral means literally "four sides". The kite and rhombus shapes are planar and have four sides.

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