What is a polygon with 2 pairs of congruent sides and 4 congruent angles called?
What shape has 2 pairs of congruent sides with those sides being non-adjacent and the angles are not all congruent?
This is a parallelogram. The first requirement is 2 pairs of congruent sides where the congruent sides are not adjacent. This is like a rectangle (excluding a square) that has two pairs of congruent sides where the congruent sides are not adjacent. But the angles are not all congruent (as set in the question) which pushes the shape into the "next less regular" shape, the parallelogram. The angles will not all be congruent, but it…
If two triangles have three pairs of congruent angles then the triangles are not guaranteed to be congruent?
If both pairs of opposite angles of a quadrilateral are congruent then the quadrilateral is not a parallelogram?
Yes they are. Or they could have three pairs of congruent sides, or they could have one pair of congruent angles and two pairs of sides. As far as a triangle goes, if you have at least three pairs of congruent sides or angles they are congruent. This answer is wrong. The triangles are only similar. For congruent trisngles we have the following theorems = Side - side - side, Side - Angle - side…
quadrilateral--a four-sided figure, any length sides, any angles trapezoid--one pair of parallel sides, any length sides, any angles parallelogram--two pairs of parallel sides, opposite sides congruent, opposite angles congruent rectangle--two pairs of parallel sides, opposite sides congruent, all angles are right angles (90 degrees) rhombus--two pairs of parallel sides, all sides congruent, opposite angles congruent square--two pairs of parallel sides, all sides congruetn, all angles are right angles (90 degrees)
How would it like if a pentagon have two pairs of congruent sides and two pairs of congruent angles?
It could look like a child's drawing of a house: a rectangular shape with a triangular roof on top. The vertical sides of the rectangle, and the sloped sides of the roof would be the two congruent pairs of sides. The angles at the base of the rectangle and at the base of the roof would be the two pairs of congruent angles. It could look like a child's drawing of a house: a rectangular…
A rhombus is a type of parallelogram. Parallelograms are types of quadrilaterals. Everything that applies to quadrilaterals and parallelograms apply to rhombuses. Quadrilaterals have four sides and four angles. Parallelograms have at two pairs of opposite sides and opposite angles congruent. (Note: congruent is pretty much "equal", except for geometric figures). Both pairs of opposite sides are also parallel, hence the name "parallelogram". Rhombuses have all sides congruent.