Yes but parallel lines wont ever touch.
None. A triangle (not even an equilateral one) has no parallel sides.
It is impossible for a triangle to have any parallel sides. ■
no...beacuse a parallelogram has to have parallel sides....a triangle can never have parallel sides
There cannot be parallel lines in any [plane] triangles.
it is called a trapezium
None of the sides of any triangle are parallel. However, you can draw an infinite number of parallel lines inside any triangle.
Perpendicular lines are lines that meet to form a right angle.
none, the three sides meet so there are no parallel sides but all the sides are equal.
No. The faces of a tetrahedron are equilateral triangles, but none of the faces is parallel to another one of the faces -- they could not be parallel, since by the definition of a tetrahedron, all the faces intersect(!) and parallel planes do not intersect.
A rectangle (one that is not equilateral because then it would be a square)
An equilateral hexagon would work. It has more than 2 pairs of parallel sides though. There is no shape with only 2 pairs of parallel sides besides a parallelogram.
A trapezium has only one pair of parallel sides. A parallelogram has two pair of parallel sides. A rhombus is an equilateral parallelogram - that is, a parallelogram with equal sides.
its not possible... a quadrilaterial is defined as a four-sided polygon the only thing that i can think of that has three equal sides but no parallel sides is a equilateral triangle
A shape with 4 sides and two parallel lines is a trapezoids. Trapezoid, like other quadrilaterals, have four sides but unlike squares, rhombuses, or rectangles, only have one set of parallel lines, or two that are parallel. Trapezoids can be isosceles or equilateral.
Since you described it as 2 sets of parallel sides, I'll assume you meant a 4 sided polygon(quadrilateral). This special case is called a rhombus.
it is a 3ree sided figure it has neither parallel nor perpendicular and it can be classified as a scalene triangle, right triangles or equilateral
those are^ they are parallel, wich is the same thing That is simply not true. Equilateral refers to shapes whose sides are all the same length.
1In something that is equilateral, all the sides are equal. For an equilateral triangle, that's three.
Some possibilities are:equilateral parallelogram,equilateral quadrilateral,equilateral quadrangle,equilateral tetragon.