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Or a rectangle, which also has 4 sides and 4 90 degree angles.

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What is a quadrilateral having opposite sides that are parallel?

A quadrilateral having only one pair of parallel sides is called a trapezoid (UK trapezium).A quadrilateral having two pair of parallel sides is a parallelogram (a square, a rectangle, a rhombus, or a two-dimensional rhomboid).

Does a quadrilateral sides equal 45 degrees?

Angles are measured in degrees, not sides.

What is a quadrilateral 2 sets of parallel lines but doesn't have 90 degrees?

Any quadrilateral with two sets of parallel sides is called a parallelogram.

How do you classify quadrilateral?

You classify a quadrilateral by its sides, angles, and its vertices. All quadrilaterals are 4-sided polygons having 4 interior angles that add up to 360 degrees.

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How do you spell quadrilateral?

That is the correct spelling of quadrilateral (having four sides).

When is a quadrilateral a rectangle but not a square?

When all the vertices of a plane quadrilateral are exactly equal to 90 degrees it is is called a rectangle and, if all its sides are of equal length, that rectangle is called a square. So when a plane quadrilateral has all its vertices exactly equal to 90 degrees, but it does not have all its sides equal in length, it must be a rectangle but not a square.

Why is the quadrilateral called quadrilateral?

Quadri means four. Lateral means sides. A quadrilateral has four sides.

What is a shape with four sides called?

a quadrilateral

What do all the sides of a quadrilateral equal to?

360 degrees

Polygon having four sides?


How do you prove that a quadrilateral is a right trapezoid?

A trapezoid is a 4 sided quadrilateral having a pair of parallel sides and 4 various interior angles that add up to 360 degrees