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.
A regular hexagon folded in half would look like an isosceles 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.
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the windshield on a car
An isosceles trapezoid only has 1 pair of congruent sides. It is drawn like this:
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.
It depends on isosceles WHAT? There are isosceles triangles, isosceles trapezia, for example.
A vase is the shaped like a trapezoid
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