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they are not congruent

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Names of quadrilaterals?

There are many different quadrilaterals such as squares, trapezoids, rectangles, rhombus and parallelogram.

What are 4 different types of quadrilaterals?

trapezoids, squares, rhombuses, rectangles

Names of 4 sided shapes?

a vague answer would be polygon, parallelogram, and quadrilateral. there are also squares, rectangles, rhombuses, and trapezoids.

What quadrilaterals are not trapezoids?

squares and rectangles

What has parallel sides?

Parallelograms, squares, trapezoids and rectangles

What are quadrilaterals that aren't rectangles?

Squares, parallelograms, rhombuses, and trapezoids are quadrilaterals that are not rectangles.

What shapes have perallel opposite sides?

-- every parallelogram (including rectangles, squares, and rhombera)-- trapezia (trapezoids)-- every regular polygon with an even number of sides

What polygon has congruent diagonals?

Isosceles trapezoids, squares, and rectangles.

Which are the figures that have parallel sides?

Squares, Parallelograms, Trapezoids, Rectangles, and Rhombuses

Can a parallelogram be a rectangle and a square?

the three special quadrilaterals that can be a parallelogram are a rectangle, a square, and a rhombus Actually, this is incorrect. All squares are rectangles. All rectangles are parallelograms. Therefore all squares are parallelograms. But not all parallelograms are rectangles. And not all rectangles are squares.

What 4 sided shapes have right angles in them?

Squares, rectangles, and some trapezoids.

Is a trapezium a rhombus?

A rhombus is parallelogram with 4 equal sides. A trapezoid (trapezium) has only one pair of parallel sides so it is not a parallelogram. So it is not a rhombus! (Remember squares, rectangles and rhombuses are all parallelograms, but trapezoids are NOT). Dr. Chuck