A triangle is not a quadrilateral, but a parallelogram and trapezoid are.
It is neither because a triangle is a 3 sided polygon whereas a parallelogram is a 4 sided quadrilateral
It is neither because a triangle only has 3 sides whereas a parallelogram is a 4 sided quadrilateral
If you put two of ANY triangle hypotenuse to hypotenuse the shape will have 4 sides (thus a parallelogram or quadrilateral).
no. a triangle is not a parallelogram. First of all, a parallelogram should be a quadrilateral, and quadrilateral forms are figures which has four sides. secondly' a parallelogram should have two pairs of parallel sides. a triangle doesn't even have a pair of parallel sides.
NO; by definition a parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two sets of parallel sides, while a triangle has 3 sides.
No. Every triangle has 3 sides, and every figure with 3 sides is a triangle. So no triangle can be a parallelogram. Every parallelogram has 4 sides, and every figure with 4 sides is a quadrilateral. So no parallelogram can be a triangle.
No because a parallelogram is a quadrilateral that has 4 sides but any triangle has only 3 sides.
A triangle is not a quadrilateral. A quadrilateral consists of four sides, and a triangle only has three.