The difference between a triangle, rectangle, pentagon, and parallelogram id the number of sides: Triangle= 3 sides Rectangle= 4 sides Pentogon= 5 sides But, a parallelogram, is a polygon that has all sides parael to one another.
A parellelogram has equal sides, the trapezoid is a parallelogram.
Only a parallelogram. You can technically say a square does as well, although all sides are congruent in a square (compared to the parallelogram with two sets of opposite sides congruent).
Yes. If a pair of opposite sides are not equal, then you don't have a parallelogram.
it has one obtuse angle and none of the sides are congrent
No. Usually only opposite sides are congruent.
A parallelogram where all sides are equal is a square.
is a regular pentagon if all its angles are congruent and is a general pentagon if they are not.
Yes.A parallelogram with all congruent sides is called a rhombus. A square is technically a parallelogram with all congruent sides as well.
parallelogram all sides equal
No! A heptagon has 7 sides, a parallelogram has 4.
It's all of these: -- parallelogram -- rhombus -- rectangle -- square