No because all 4 sided shapes are quadrilaterals which includes parallelograms
parallelograms, and rectangles (parallelograms)
A square and a rhombus are two special forms of parallelograms.
A rectangle, square, rhombus, and rhomboid are all parallelograms.
parallelograms, rectangles, rhombus, square
squares, rectangles, rhombuses
Yes all parallelograms belong to the 4 sided shapes known as quadrilaterals
Parallelograms are 4 sided shapes that belong to the class of polygons known as quadrilaterals
No but they are all quadrilaterals
No, parallelograms are specific to quadrilaterals (shapes with 4 sides).
All four sided shapes are quadrilaterals which includes parallelograms.
No because all 4 sided shapes are called quadrilaterals which includes parallelograms
All i know is a Trapezium parallelograms
Some shapes that fit that condition are parallelograms, scalene triangles, and trapezoids.
Squares, parallelograms, rectangles, and rhombus are some. Zaragotha (Zara)
a square is not a parallelogram the dude who said is a retard. squares are parallelograms becuz parallelograms has to hve 2 sets of parallel lines, no more, no less. a square has 2 sets of parallel lines.
No because all quadrilaterals are 4 sided shapes which includes parallelograms, trapezoids, squares, rectangles, kites......etc
Answer: A circle Answer: There are lots of shapes other than parallelograms and trapezoids.
No. A rectangle and a parallelograms are desciptions of quadrilateral shapes. There is no indication of the size of either. So some rectangles are smaller than some parallelograms and some parallelograms are smaller than some rectangles.