Q: A polygon with 4 sides and 1 set of parallel sides?

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You can construct any polygon with more than 4 sides such that two sides are parallel. A quadrilateral in which two lines are parallel is called a trapezoid.

A circle intersected by a pair of parallel lines.

There are an infinite number of shapes that have two or more parallel opposite sides - any even-numbered polygon (hexagons, octagons, decagons, and so on).A quadrilateral with only 1 set of parallel sides is a trapezoid (UK trapezium).A parallelogram has two sets of parallel opposite sides. These would include rhombi and rectangles (and the special case of rectangles which are squares).

Do you mean a trapezoid? If so it has 4 sides and 1 set of parallel . ( 2 lines are parallel ) .

A rhombus has two pairs of parallel sides.

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A 3-sided polygon has 0 parallel sides. A 4-sided polygon can have 0, 2 or 4 parallel sides. A 5-sided polygon can have 0, 2, 3 or 4 parallel sides. In general, an n-sided polygon can have 0, 2, 3, ..., n-1, or n parallel sides where n>5. A polygon with n sides can have n pairs of parallel sides (if n is even) or (n-1)/2 pairs if n is odd AND greater than 3. But it need not have any.

You can construct any polygon with more than 4 sides such that two sides are parallel. A quadrilateral in which two lines are parallel is called a trapezoid.

Trapezoid. It has two parallel lines on opposite sides.

A circle intersected by a pair of parallel lines.

trapezoid

A polygon with n sides can have n pairs of parallel sides (if n is even) or (n-1)/2 pairs if n is odd AND greater than 3. But it need not have any.

Answera polygon that has two right angles and one set of parallel lines is a hexagon

The polygon may have 2n sides, where n is any whole number greater than 1

No, a rhombus has 2 pairs of parallel sides.