Best Answer

Cylinder, Cube, Prism.

Lvl 7

Q: Which of tge following have at least two congruent parallel bases?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Geometry

prism and cylinder

Prism, Cylinder, and Cube

If it has at least one set of parallel sides, then at least one set of angles are congruent

Yes they are. Or they could have three pairs of congruent sides, or they could have one pair of congruent angles and two pairs of sides. As far as a triangle goes, if you have at least three pairs of congruent sides or angles they are congruent. This answer is wrong. The triangles are only similar. For congruent trisngles we have the following theorems = Side - side - side, Side - Angle - side , Angle - angle - side, Right triangle - hypotenuse - side.

If the hexagons are regular, it has 3 quartets of parallel lines and one 6-tuple of parallel lines. If the bases are irregular hexagons, it can have six pairs of parallel lines and one 6-truple.

Related questions

A prism

Prisms.

prism and cylinder

Prism, Cylinder, and Cube

at least one pair of opposite sides is parallel

The answer is A. cylinder F. cube and in APEX a Prism JUST SAYIN :P

If it has at least one set of parallel sides, then at least one set of angles are congruent

Not true. They have only one base and several (3 or more) lateral triangular faces. A pyramid has a single vertex over a base - there are no parallel faces in any pyramid.

No. A quadrilateral is trapezoid if it has at least one pair of parallel sides.

How about a cylinder or a cuboid

Any shape with at least two straight sides can have opposite parallel and congruent sides. For example, a running track.

This could be a rectangle or rhomboid (tilted rectangle) , or more specifically a square or rhombus, where the side lengths are all the same.All are special cases of the parallelogram, which has at least one pair of parallel sides, but not necessarily congruent ones.