True. All rectangles are trapezoids.
(In England a trapezoid is known as a trapezium.)
No, trapezoids are never rectangles.
Trapezoids are never rectangles because, by definition a trapezoid has only one pair of parallel sides, and at most one right angle. A rectangle has two pairs of parallel sides and four right angles.
No, a quadrilateral isn't always a trapezoid. One way to consider it is that all trapezoids are quadrilaterals (four-sided shapes), but not all quadrilaterals are trapezoids. Some quadrilaterals are concave quadrilaterals, some are scalene convex quadrilaterals (called trapezoids in the UK), some would be trapezoids, and some would be parallelograms (rectangles, squares, rhomboids, rhombi). If parallelograms are considered a special case of trapezoids, then trapezoids would include all non-scalene convex quadrilaterals, which is a highly inclusive definition.
There are many different quadrilaterals such as squares, trapezoids, rectangles, rhombus and parallelogram.
It is a 3-d prism with 2 trapezoids and 4 rectangles.(6 faces)
Both trapezoids and rectangles are quadrilaterals.
NO rectangles are trapezoids
trapezoids and rectangles, are both quadrilateral (which means shapes with 4 sides). rectangles and trapezoids are also polygons.
how are trapezoids and rectangles
squares and rectangles
Squares, rectangles, and some trapezoids.
Squares, parallelograms, rhombuses, and trapezoids are quadrilaterals that are not rectangles.
Trapezoids have only two sides parallel; rectangles have all four opposing sides parallel. Also, rectangles have 4 right angles, which is more than a trapezoid can have.
they are not congruent
Parallelograms, squares, trapezoids and rectangles
There are many types of quadrilaterals. These include parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombuses, trapezoids, scalene trapezoids, right-angled trapezoids, and isosceles trapezoids.
Isosceles trapezoids, squares, and rectangles.