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Q: What figure always has the same line of symmetry a square or a trapezoid?

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A trapezoid is a four-sided figure with only one pair of parallel sides. A square will always have two pairs of parallel sides.

Trapezoid

a parallelogram is always a example of a rectangle a rhombuz and a trapezoid

A polygon is a closed two-dimensional figure, and a trapezoid is also. Therefore, a trapezoid is a polygon. *A trapezoid is a four-side polygon with only two parallel sides, which looks like a distorted square.

square, rectangle and an isosceles trapezoid.

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A trapezoid is a four-sided figure with only one pair of parallel sides. A square will always have two pairs of parallel sides.

A "pure" trapezoid (a pair of parallel sides and two random sides) does not have rotational symmetry. If it is a parallelogram then it has a 180 degree symmetry. And if the paralloelogram happens to be a square, you have 90 deg symmetry.

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A trapezoid

A trapezoid need not have any lines of symmetry. An isosceles trapezoid has one vertical line of symmetry.

A circle and square.

No, a square is never a trapezoid.

A square.

The only shape that has 4 lines of symmetry is a square.

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