A trapezoid (or trapezium) has at least one pair of parallel sides.If you asked, "Name all the types of quadrilaterals which have at least one pair of parallel sides?", I would answer: Trapezoid, rhombus, parallelogram, rectangle and square.
A square, rectangle and parrelleogram have parallel sides.
Any shape with more than three sides can have a pair of parallel sides,but doesn't necessarily have.Every square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram, and trapezoid hasat least one pair of parallel sides.
any regular quadrilateral will have at least one pair, this includes, but is not limited to, square, rectangle and parallelogram
Every quadrilateral that is a standard square, rectangle, or parallelogram has at least ONE pair of parallel sides - and they all have two pairs of parallel sides. For only ONE pair of parallel sides, you need an irregular trapezoid.
Yes - the rectangle has two pairs of sides that are parallel respectively one to the other in each pair.
No. By definition, a rectangle must have TWO pairs of parallel sides. Also, each pair of parallel sides will be congruent. *If this is not happening with your shape, it isn't a rectangle.
No rectangle has only one pair of parallel sides.Every rectangle has two pairs of parallel sides...
There are two pairs of parallel sides in a rectangle - 1 pair of lengths, and 1 pair of widths.Therefore, 4 parallel sides!
a trpazoid actualy has at least 1 pair of parallel sides, a rectangle has 2 pairs os parallel sides