Trapezoids. All other quadrilaterals either have two pairs of parallel sides or none.
A trapezoid has one pair of parallel sides. All other quadrilaterals have no parallel sides or two pairs of parallel sides.
No. A trapezoid only has one pair of parallel sides. A chevron has no parallel sides.
Yes. All of them do, but the trapezoid is the only one with only one pair of parallel sides.
No. An example of a quadrilateral that doesn't have a pair of parallel sides is a kite.
A trapezoid only has one pair of opposite parallel sides of different lengths but like all other quadrilaterals it has 4 sides.
No, only trapeziums (1 pair), parallelograms and squares (both pairs)
There are more than 4 other types of quadrilaterals.A trapezoid has only one pair of parallel sides. All other quadrilaterals have no parallel sides or two pairs.
A trapezoid (or trapezium) has at least one pair of parallel sides.If you asked, "Name all the types of quadrilaterals which have at least one pair of parallel sides?", I would answer: Trapezoid, rhombus, parallelogram, rectangle and square.
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No, because all quadrilaterals have 4 straight sides.