Depending how you halve it can be a right angle triangle or an isosceles trapezoid
An isosceles trapezoid can be subdivided into 4 right angle triangles.
There is no figure to be seen but an isosceles trapezoid will have equal base angles.
Draw two parallel lines of unequal length, and connect their end points. If you have a right angle, it is a right trapezoid. If the non-parallel sides are equal in length, it is an isosceles trapezoid.
An isosceles triangle may have a right angle, but a right angle is not a requirement of all isosceles triangles.
No, not every trapezoid is an isosceles trapezoid.
A triangle that has one right angle and is isosceles is called an isosceles right triangle.
An isosceles trapezoid would fit the given description
The 4 interior angles of any trapezoid, including those that are isosceles, always add up to 360 degrees
a right trapezoid
Yes, there are right trapezoid, a regular trapezoid and isosceles trapezoid and more
It fits the description of a trapezoid