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Q: How can you find a generalization for a triangle a parallelogram and a convex shape?

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A parallelogram need not be a square, it need not be a rhombus but it is a convex shape.

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If you take a right triangle and move it to the right of a parallelogram, it creates a trapezium.

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it just doesnt exist. parallelogram is a closed shape vth opposite sides parallel adjacent angle not 90 degree. triangle is closed shape vth 3 sides.

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Yes, it is! I had this question last night on an assignment for school, and "googled" it because I didn't really know, but yes, it is convex.

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... and the shape is? A triangle? A parallelogram?

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