The only common property of quadrilaterals is that they are plane figures that are bounded by four straight sides, and that they have four vertices. So far all quadrilaterals are candidates for the answer. But then with each quadrilateral you get some unique property that is not shared by others so NO quadrilateral has all te properties of all the other quadrilaterals.
All squares are quadrilaterals. All quadrilaterals are not squares. There is no square that is not a quadrilateral.
All quadrilaterals are polygons, but not all polygons are quadrilaterals.
Yes, a parallelogram has four sides, making it a quadrilateral. All parallelograms are quadrilaterals, but not all quadrilaterals are parallelograms.
Not necessarily. All squares are quadrilaterals, but not all quadrilaterals are squares.
Quadrilateral can certainly be parallelograms, but they can also be squares, rectangles, and other 4-sided shapes.All parallelograms are quadrilaterals but not all quadrilaterals are parallelograms.
Not all quadrilaterals are rectangles. Some quadrilaterals are rectangles, and the rest are not. However, all rectangles are quadrilaterals.
No, all quadrilaterals are not parallelograms.
A rectangle is a quadrilateral. As such, it shares the distinguishing characteristic of quadrilaterals with all other quadrilaterals, and has four (4) sides.
Quadrilateral is the broader term. All kites are quadrilaterals, but not all quadrilaterals are kites.
A rectangle is a special kind of quadrilateral that has four right angles and opposite sides that are equal and parallel.
Some are, and some are not. A trapezoid is a special kind of quadrilateral ... one in which two of the four sides are parallel. So all trapezoids are quadrilaterals, but there are also a lot of other quadrilaterals that are not trapezoids.
All quadrilaterals. That is part of the definition of being a quadrilateral.