Squares, rectangles, and some trapezoids.
No, because it would then be considered a rectangle.
They all have 4 interior angles.
The trapezoids have 4 angles
No because all trapezoids are 4 sided quadrilaterals with 4 interior angles that add up to 360 degrees.
Yes providing that all of its 4 interior angles add up to 360 degrees.
Yes, loads of them, like most trapezoids, kites and diamonds, to name a few.
Yes, all trapezoids have 4 sides anyhow. The two right angles would have to be consecutive and the only right angles in the polygon to maintain a trapezoidal shape.
No but their 4 interior angles add up to 360 degrees
4 sides, 4 angles
As trapezoid is a quadrilateral. All quadrilaterals have 4 angles along with 4 sides
a trapezoid has no right angles whatsoever. no they cant because trapezoids have only 4 sides and dented
A trapezoid is a 4 sided quadrilateral whose 4 interior angles add up to 360 degrees.
Trapezoids have only two sides parallel; rectangles have all four opposing sides parallel. Also, rectangles have 4 right angles, which is more than a trapezoid can have.
All quadrilaterals are 4 sided shapes which includes trapezoids.
Some trapezoids will, while others will not. For a trapezoid, you must have a polygon with 4 sides, with exactly two of them being parallel to each other. Your trapezoid could have a right angle if it looked like this: ____ | \ -------- But not if it looked like this: ______ / \ ---------- Trapezoids can vary in shape, so your trapezoid may or may not have a right angle.
No, not all quadrilaterals are square. A square is a shape with 4 equal sides with 4 right angles. But there are other quadrilaterals like parallelogram and rectangles and trapezoids.
Rectangles have 4 rift angles and some parallelogram doesn't have 4 right angles. Only two parallelogram has 4 right angles , square and rectangle
Yes, the trapezoid's angles must be 90 degrees however.
A quadrilateral is the general term for a 4 sided polygon.parallelogram, which is not a rectangle, would fit this.Several trapezoids would fit this description, as well.A kite with no right angles, fit this as well.A rhombus can fit this description as well.
A trapezium has 4 right angles...Correction: it has 4 angles but they are not right angles. A structure/shape with 4 right angles is a rectangle or square.
in mathematical terms trapezoids are 4 sided polygons that have two parallel sides
A trapezoid has 4 sides with 2 of them unequal in length, there is one case where there can be 2 right angles. It would look like a square with a triangle on the side. All 4 sided closed shapes have angles that add up to 360 degrees, this includes squares, rectangles, trapezoids and parallellagrams
Yes a trapezoid can have 2 obtuse angles and 2 acute angles whereas its 4 interior angles add up to 360 degrees.