One trapezoid is 1 and, as a fraction, that is 1/1
A trapezoid has no equal sides providing that it is not an isosceles trapezoid.
A trapezoid has two sets of equal angles
A square has 4 equal sides but is not a trapezoid.
The diagonals of an isosceles trapezoid are equal in lengths
If the two sides which are not parallel have equal lengths, then the trapezoid is called an isosceles trapezoid (standard trapezoid has unequal sides). The base angles in an isosceles trapezoid are equal in measurement, also I know that a trapezoid with two nonparallel sides the same length is called an isosceles trapezoid.
Kite, Trapezoid, or Isosceles Trapezoid
A trapezoid need not have any equal sides, but it may have some equal sides. The only requirements to be a trapezoid, is that it has 4 sides, and at least one pair of parallel sides.
No, a trapezoid does not have 4 equal sides.
That depends on the shape of the trapezoid as for example if it is an isosceles trapezoid then it will have two equal acute angles and two equal obtuse angles that all add up to 360 degrees.
It's a trapezoid with two sides equal.
A trapezoid has a pair of equal valued obtuse and a pair of equal valued acute angles.
Most of them do not have equal angles.
The parallel sides of a trapezoid are of different lengths.
No its parallel bases can never be equal in length. But if it is in the form of an isosceles trapezoid then its slanted sides are equal in length.
Not for all trap. Only for an isosceles trapezoid. Well, for an Isosceles trapezoid, it could be any of the two diagonals! In order to have an isosceles trapezoid with the diagonals equal, the isosceles part MUST be precise and specific.
Not necessarily. The two sides of equal length could be adjacent sides.
It depends how long the trapezoid is horizontally. As the length increases so does the number of triangles that fit.
That all depends on the dimensions of the trapezoid you're working with.
A trapezoid's four interior angles equal 360 degrees
A parellelogram has equal sides, the trapezoid is a parallelogram.