Q: What objects in real life look like an isosceles trapezoid?

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A trapezoid need not have any lines of symmetry. An isosceles trapezoid has one vertical line of symmetry.

A regular hexagon folded in half would look like an isosceles trapezoid.

No, it is either a trapezoid or a square.

its non parallel sides are equal. it is vertically symmetrical. any one pair of sides are parallel like in all trapeziums. the co-interior angles between the parallel sides sum up to 90 degrees.

It looks like an isosceles triangle with its top cut off by a line parallel to its base.

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It only has two equal lengths out of however many sides like an isosceles triangle

A trapezoid need not have any lines of symmetry. An isosceles trapezoid has one vertical line of symmetry.

In a general trapezium, the non-parallel sides are not congruent. However, in an isosceles trapezium, the non-parallel sides are congruent. So the shape is like an isosceles triangle with its apex chopped off by a straight line parallel to its base.

WXYZ is a trapezoid......

Base angles are equal and sides are equal in length. It looks like a isosceles triangle that has had its vertex cut off parallel to its base.

A regular hexagon folded in half would look like an isosceles trapezoid.

the windshield on a car

Your lens are not ground correctly for eye axis rotation, the problem can be fixed but you'll probably have to see an opthamologist MD.

An isosceles trapezoid only has 1 pair of congruent sides. It is drawn like this:

It depends on isosceles WHAT? There are isosceles triangles, isosceles trapezia, for example.

A vase is the shaped like a trapezoid

A GLASS ----- \ / * \_/ something like this one *there will be some space between this