It fits the description of a trapezoid
No. A trapezoid need not have any right angles.
A trapezoid can have 2 right angles, 1 acute angle and 1 obtuse angle that all add up to 360 degrees
A trapezoid can have 4 equal sides and one right angle.
A right angled trapezoid would fit this description.
Nope. A trapezoid has 4 sides, but only 2 of the sides are parallel. If there were 3 right angles, the 4th angle would also have to be a right angle, and both opposing sides would be parallel.
An isosceles trapezoid would fit the given description
Rhombus, trapezoid, parallelogram
The answer is a trapezoid.
No but it can have 2 right angles with 1 obtuse angle and 1 acute angle that add up to 360 degrees