An equilateral shape would have equal and opposite sides.
A parallelogram is a four sided shape where opposite sides are parallel and equal lengths. If you mean that ALL sides are equal lengths, you are looking for a rhombus.
it can be in any shape with even number of sides.
This just means that opposite sides in a shape (sides that 'look' at each other) are of equal lengths.
A square has 4 equal sides with opposite angles that are equal.
A regular square or a rhombus if you mean all four sides are equal in length, a parallelogram if you mean the opposite sides are equal.
a parallelogram with opposite equal acute angles, opposite equal obtuse angles, and four equal sides.
If both sets of opposite sides are parallel and not equal, the shape cannot be a plane figure. It must be a projection of a parallelogram onto a spherical surface (or similar).
A parallelogram is a four sided shape where each of the two opposite sides are parallel. A consequence of this is that opposite sides are equal in length, and opposite angles are also equal.
It has 4 equal sides It has opposite parallel sides It has 2 opposite equal acute angles It has 2 opposite equal obtuse angle It has 2 diagonals that intersect each other at right angles
One answer is a rhombus. It could also be a parallelogram.
A rhombus has all sides equal and opposite sides parallel. This includes a square which is a special case of a rhombus with all angles equal (90 degrees) as well. If opposirte sides are equal but not all sides are equal, it is a parallelogram
The answer to this question is a parallelagram
its a rhombus