A shape must have 4 sides in order to be a parallelogram (minus other defining characteristics a shape must have to be a parallelogram).
A parallelogram is a shape with four sides e.g square.
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There is no such shape. If the four sides are equal it MUST be a parallelogram.
It is a shape of a parallelogram with all sides congruent
a parallelogram is any shape that has 4 sides unless it says a certain type of parallelogram then you draw that shape.
No. Equilateral simply means equal sided. The shape need not have 4 sides and so need not be a parallelogram.If the shape is a quadrilateral, and has either four equal sides or two sets of equal opposite sides, then it is a parallelogram.
A "parallelogram" technically is a shape where opposite sides are equal and any shape with four sides is a "quadrilateral". Every square has four sides of equal length, so a square is both a parallelogram and a quadrilateral. A rhombus(or diamond shape) can have four sides of equal length and can be a parallelogram as well, so either are possibilities.
A parallelogram is a shape with 9 sides.
A shape with two pairs of parallel sides is ........ a parallelogram!
A parallelogram is any regular geometric shape in which two opposite sides are parallel to each other.
A trapezoid is not a parallelogram. A parallelogram is a shape consisting of two pairs of parallel sides. a trapezoid only has 1 pair of parallel sides.
A square is a parallelogram a parallelogram isn't always a square. The definition of parallelogram is a closed shape with two parallel sides. So a rectangle is a parallelogram and so is a square and a rombus. The definition of square is shape with four equal sides.
A quadrilateral is a shape with four sides. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral that has two pairs of parallel sides (i.e. the sides opposite each other are parallel). A rectangle, for example, is a parallelogram. A trapezoid, however, is an example of a quadrilateral that is not a parallelogram - it has four sides, but only two of them are parallel to each other.
A parallelogram cannot be generalised to a convex shape with an odd number of sides.
A parallelogram is a shape or figure with Four sides that have one of the opposite sides of one side the same lenth. So a square IS a parallelogram.
Rectangle, Square, Parallelogram
It is a parallelogram that has 4 sides
An octagon is neither a quadrilateral nor a parallelogram. "Quadrilateral" refers to a shape that has four sides. "Parallelogram" refers to a shape that has two pairs of opposite, congruent sides. An octagon has eight sides, and since eight is not equal to four, an octagon is neither a quadrilateral nor a parallelogram.
no such shapeA rectangle is a four sided shape (quadrangle) and has two pairs of equal sides, it is however, still technically a parallelogram,
A parallelogram is a 4 sided quadrilateral and its opposite sides are parallel to each other.
A quadrilateral is a shape with 4 sides, so a rhombus and parallelogram both have 4 sides.
Try drawing each shape out to see which doesn't fit!Think about how many sides each shape has.Rectangle - 4 sidesCircle - 1 side (an infinite # of sides?), certainly NOT 4 sides.Square - 4 sidesParallelogram - 4 sides.(A parallelogram is a shape with 2 pairs of parallel lines. like a square, or rectangle)
"Parallelogram" or "quadrilateral".
It can be a rectangle, a rhombus, or a square.