Geometry

# What two figures can you make with trapezoid?

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No. Those two figures are distinct. Neither is a special case of the other.

it is two 2If they're shaped appropriately, then it only takes two triangles to make a trapezoid.

The fewest number of triangles that make up a trapezoid are two isosceles triangles.

The leg of a trapezoid is one of the two nonparallel sides of the trapezoid. However, the base of a trapezoid is of the two parallel sides of the trapezoid.

---- it is IMPOSSIBLE to find the volume of a trapezoid, because a trapezoid is a 2-dimensional figure, and volume is for 3-dimensional figures. ---- you may find the area though, because that is possible for 2-dimensional figures. ----A trapezoid is a 2-dimensional (plane) figure.Its volume is zero.

A trapezoid and a triangle can make a triangle or another trapezoid, among others.

A trapezoid has 2 triangles within it.

To make a triangle, cut it on its diagonal and put two opposite legs together. you cannot make a trapezoid without two squares, where you do the same thing as the triangle but put the second square in between.

polygon &amp; quadrilateral * * * * * That is not really true. A trapezoid is a particular type of quadrilateral and that, in turn, is a particular type of polygon. That does not make them alternative names for a trapezoid.

If the two sides which are not parallel have equal lengths, then the trapezoid is called an isosceles trapezoid (standard trapezoid has unequal sides). The base angles in an isosceles trapezoid are equal in measurement, also I know that a trapezoid with two nonparallel sides the same length is called an isosceles trapezoid.

In North American usage, a trapezoid is a four-sided figure with two parallel sides. Outside of North America, the same figure is called a trapezium. In general usage, the name is applied only to figures that have exactly two parallel sides. Figures that have two pairs of parallel sides are called by their more-specific name, e.g. parallelogram, rectangle, etc. depending on their angles and side lengths.

A trapezoid will always have I pair of opposite parallel sides of different lengths.

A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with two parallel sides.