Add the lengths of the four sides
Not necessarily. A quadrangle is a plane shape bounded by 4 straight sides. The name says nothing at all about the lengths of the sides.
There is no specific name. The lengths of a quadrangle's sides do not uniquely identify its shape since the quadrangle can be flexed (skewed).
The 3 sides have different lengths
A QUADRANGLE HAS 4 SIDES QUADRANGLE- QUAD MEANS 4
A quadrangle or quadrilateral (a shape with 4 angles or 4 sides, respectively). Special names normally come in when you DO have special characteristics, not when you don't.
Just draw one! It can help if all the sides are different lengths. Draw three of the sides, making sure that the first and third sides are not parallel, then draw the fourth side, making sure it is not parallel with its opposite side.
All three sides have different lengths.
How do you draw a quadrangle with no parellel sides?
Yes, a trapezoid is a quadrangle because a quadrangle has four sides and a trapezoid has four sides.
A quadrangle is a shape that has four right angles. It is also consider a parallelogram due to its four sides. Just think of a quadrangle as a square but different.
Multiply half of the sum of the lengths of the top and bottom by half of the sum of the lengths of both sides
There is no specific name for a quadrangle with two equal sides.
Quadrangle is the word used to denote a figure with four sides, regardless of the lengths or angles that make it up.
It is a quadrangle. However, not all quadrangles are squares, because to be a square all the sides and all the angles have to be equal. To be a quadrangle the figure simply has to have four sides (and therefore four angles), which may all be different.
The perimeter of a dodecagon is the sum of the lengths of its 12 sides. These sides may be of different lengths.
Draw a quadrangle with two parallel sides
A quadrangle with two pairs of equal sides is a square.
yes because quadrangle needs four sides and a trapezoid has four sides
A SCALENE triangle has all three sides different lengths.
How about a rectangle which is a quadrilateral with sides of different lengths
A scalene triangle has sides of different lengths while an equilateral triangle has sides of equal lengths
3 sides of different lengths
Two sides are parallel but of different lengths
A general quadrangle. Also, an arrowhead, for example.