It can be argued that a rhombus can fit inside a trapezoid. However, there are others who debate that a trapezoid can never be a rhombus because it is defined to have exactly one pair of parallel sides.
it might be a rhombus a trapezoid. A quadrilateral is a shape with 4 sides, and parallel sides are sides that go the same direction. .....__________parallel with bottom ..../ . . . . . . . . . \ .../. . . . . . . . . . \ not parallel with other side ../. . . . . . . . . . . \ /_____________\parallel with top The dots are so it doesn't change. sorry.
There is disagreement among authors on this. It depends on your definition of a trapezoid. A parallelogram is defined as a quadrilateral with opposite sides parallel. A trapezoid is defined as either- a quadrilateral with at least one pair of parallel sides, or- a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides.Therefore, if you go with the former definition, yes all parallelograms are trapezoids, because all parallelograms have at least one pair of parallel sides. If you use the latter definition, no.The "at least one" definition is consistent with the trapezoid's uses in higher math, such as the trapezoidal rule for approximating integrals.You can say, however, that all trapezoids are not parallelograms.
triangles and rhombuses
Make sure that the sides go in order from either 1-9 or 2-10.
no you go by how many sides it has
Infinitely many lines will go through any point.
yes they go in the oppostite sides to make duplicate
go ask yor teacher .
13 triangles will go into a 13-sided polygon.
you can make a model of a temple by using paper to go up the sides for stairs and then you decorate it with paint markers etc.