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Q: Can a rhombus ever be a trapezoid?

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A trapezoid can never be a rhombus because a trapezoid is defined to have exactly one pair of parallel sides.no

Only a trapezoid and a rhombus are quadrilaterals because they have 4 sides.

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No, a trapezoid is never a rhombus because a rhombus has two pairs of parallel sides; a trapezoid only has one.They are both quadrilaterals because they have 4 sides

They both have four sides. This is the only complete similarity between the rhombus and the trapezoid.

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a trapezoid has only 1 parrellel side and a rhombus has 2

Only a trapezoid and a rhombus are quadrilaterals because they have 4 sides.

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No, a trapezoid is never a rhombus because a rhombus has two pairs of parallel sides; a trapezoid only has one.They are both quadrilaterals because they have 4 sides

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They both have four sides. This is the only complete similarity between the rhombus and the trapezoid.

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