Yes every trapezoid is a closed 4 sided quadrilateral
Yes because a trapezoid is a 4 sided closed shape which is a quadrilateral.
Like a closed 4-sided figure.
In 2 dimensions, a regular 5 sided figure is a pentagon. In 3 dimensions, there is no regular sided 5 sided figure. The tetrahedron is a regular 4 sided figure and a cube is a regular 6 sided figure.
A square is 4 sided with sides of equal length and angles of equal measure A triangle is a three sided CLOSED figure
a group of 4 sided shapes is called a quidrilatriel
A non-descript four sided figure is a quadrilateral.
There cannot be a solid three sided figure. A solid 4 sided object is a tetrahedron.
I assume you mean 4 congruent sides or 2 pairs of congruent sides.. (There are no 4-sided figures with 8 sides.) A square.
A square has all 4 sides equal in length. A four sided closed figure with all sides different length is called a quadrilateral.
This figure is called a trapezoid or trapezium.
a polygon is a figure with more than 2 sides which forms a closed figure. so simply it can have as many sides as u want as long as u have at least 3. a quadrilateral is a 4 sided figure.
A 4 sided quadrilateral has 2 diagonals.
No. A hexagon is a 6-sided figure. A parallelogram is a specific kind of 4-sided figure.
Yes, a 4 sided polygon.
a 4 sided figure * * * * * A four sided figure need no be a parallelogram. Think of a kite!
No because an heptagon is a 7 sided figure whereas a trapezoid is a 4 sided figure.
a 4 sided shape is called a quadrilateral
Yes quadrilaterals are 4 sided closed figures or polygons
The prefix "poly" means many. A polygon is a closed multi-straight-sided figure - multi meaning anything from 3 or more sides. The language used in naming polygons is Greek. So, a triangle is a closed 3-sided figure - the simplest polygon of all - 'tri' meaning 3. Quadrilateral = 4 sided [quad = 4] Pentagon = 5-sided [penta = 5] Sexagon = 6 Septagon = 7 Octogon = 8 Nonagon = 9 Decagon = 10 ... and so forth.
a closed, 4 sided figure with: 2 pairs of parralell lines 2 pairs of congruent line diagnals bisect each other