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Q: Shapes with 4 sides

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Shapes that have 4 sides are known as quadrilaterals

they are a shape with 4 sides and the sides are not the same lenth

squares and rectangles.

Square, Rectangle, Rhombus & Parallelogram

It all depends on the shape; different 2D geometrical shapes have different characteristics.Some specialized geometrical shapes:Square: 4 sides; 4 equal sides; 2 pairs of parallel sides; 4 right angles (90 degrees)* A square is a rectangle.Rectangle: 4 sides; 2 pairs of parallel sides; 4 right angles (90 degrees)* A rectangle is not a square.Triangle (equilateral): 3 sides; 3 equal sides; all angles 60 degreesTriangle (isosceles): 3 sides; 2 equal sides (usually the base is the odd one)Triangle (scalene): 3 sides; all uneven sides and anglesRhombus: 4 sides; 4 equal sides; 2 pairs of parallel sides; 4 equal anglesParallelogram: 4 sides; 1 pair of parallel sidesThese are the basic geometrical 2D shapes, but there are others that are more complex.

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Shapes having less than 4 sides or more than 4 sides are not parallelograms

Shapes that have 4 sides are known as quadrilaterals

Shapes that do not have 4 sides are not 4 sided quadrilaterals.

rectangle has 4 shapes

Shapes that don't have 4 sides are not quadrilaterals

Any shapes that have 4 sides are quadrilaterals

Any shapes that have 4 sides are quadrilaterals

Shapes that don't have 4 sides are not quadrilaterals

Quadrilateral.

quadrilateral

quadilaterals

squares rectangles.