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Q: What is a two dimensional shape with different lengths and angles?
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What geometric shape has 4 and angles and sides with two different lengths?

rectangle


What geometric shape has 4 angles and sides with two different lengths?

rectangle


What shape has 4 sides which are different lengths 2 acute angles and 2 obtuse angles?

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What is a shape with a number of angles that is different from the number of sides in the shape?

A circle. One side, zero angles. Also a line as it is a 1-dimensional shape.


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What shape has the diagonals bisecting each other but different lengths but do not meet at right angles?

A parallelogram.


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A right trapezoid.


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They are said to be similar if they have the same angles but different lengths


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A cuboid is a three dimensional shape, like a cube but with sides of different lengths. A number cannot have a cuboid.


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