Q: How many sides are not equal in a kite?

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NO!!! If all four sides where equal , then you would have a 'Rhombus'. A Kite shape has four sides, two adjacent sides are of equal length.

A kite does not have four sides of equal length.

A rhombus has four sides that are all the same length ---------------------------------------- but if you are talking about the geometric shape kite - it is not a rhombus. A kite has two adjacent sides of equal length and the other two sides of equal length. Only a square can be a rhombus.

Yes. Two adjacent sides are equal; the other two sides are also equal between themselves.

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A kite has 2 pairs of equal sides.

NO!!! If all four sides where equal , then you would have a 'Rhombus'. A Kite shape has four sides, two adjacent sides are of equal length.

A kite has two pairs of equal-length sides. If that is the question, then kite will satisfy it.

A kite does not have four sides of equal length.

yes.otherwise the kite doesn't have the shape of a kite .

Not usually. In Geometry a kite is defined as a quadrilateral figure having two pairs of equal adjacent sides.

A parallelogram has parallel sides. A kite does not. It has 2 pairs of sides with equal length but this does not make parallel sides.

A kite has two pairs of equal sides with no parallel sides.

The answer is a kite because a kite has equal sides!

No. A kite is a quadrilateral that has two pairs of adjacent equal sides (upper/lower).In a parallelogram, the opposite sides are equal in length. A kite can become a parallelogram in the degenerate case of a rhombus, where the upper and lower sides are equal. This also applies to square kites.No but they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals

Only if the kite is a rhombus or square. For the kite shape (aka deltoid), only the two sides have equal angles, and their sides are equilateral. The top and bottom angles are not equal.

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