If the 2 nonparallel sides are of equal length it is a regular trap. Otherwise it is not.
The difference (not defrence) between a trapezoid (not trapiziod) and a square is that a square has two pairs of parallel sides, all of equal length, that meet [pairwise] at right angles. A trapezium has only one pair of parallel sides, the other pair must be non-parallel. The four sides cannot be of equal length (at most three can), and at most two angles can be right angles.
a trapiziod is a quadrilateral so it has 4 sides
one pair of oppiste sides is parallel.
The figure of a trapiziod has 4 sides.
A trapizoid is particularly a shape in which, has precicely four sides to be exact.
They are both 4 sided quadrilaterals but a trapezoid has different properties than an isosceles trapezoid which has 2 equal base angles.
Trapiziod!! Hope That Helped!! ^^
No, all sides are UNEQUAL. Nope, all different. All sides equal would be equilateral which means "equal sides"