No, a parallelogram is not a trapezoid.
No, a trapezoid cannot be be a parallelogram.
No. In fact, a trapezoid is never a parallelogram.
A trapezoid is a quadrilateral which must have one pair of parallel sides. If the other pair of sides is also parallel then it is a parallelogram.
this is a quadrilateral. for further examples, see below square rectangle trapezoid rhombus parrallelogram
A trapezium is one example.
Yes, a square would be a parrallelogram because its opposite sides are equal in length and its a polygon(4 sided shape). Also its a parrallelogram because its opposite sides arn't just equal but they are also both parallel.So, Yes squares are parrallelograms.
A trapezoid can also take the form of an isosceles trapezoid
It can also be an isosceles trapezoid.
A trapezium has only one pair of parallel sides. A parallelogram has two pair of parallel sides. A rhombus is an equilateral parallelogram - that is, a parallelogram with equal sides.
Yes, a trapezoid may have two lines of symmetry, but the trapezoid must also be a rectangle.If the trapezoid is not also a rectangle, the the most symmetry lines it can have possible is 1 (this can only occur it's an isosceles trapezoid.)