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Q: Do the two non parallel sides of a trapezoid are congruent then the trapezoid is isosceles?

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An isosceles trapezoid must have a pair of parallel sides and a pair of congruent sides

No, it is not.

Opposites sides of an isosceles trapezoid are congruent

An isosceles trapezoid has a pair of parallel bases and a pair of congruent sides

Yes but the parallel bases are of different lengths

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An isosceles trapezoid

An isosceles trapezoid must have a pair of parallel sides and a pair of congruent sides

when its two non-parallel sides are congruent

No, it is not.

A trapezoid with two congruent, opposite sides is an isosceles trapezoid.

Opposites sides of an isosceles trapezoid are congruent

It is an isosceles trapezoid or trapezium depending where you live.

An isosceles trapezoid has a pair of parallel bases and a pair of congruent sides

In a general trapezium, the non-parallel sides are not congruent. However, in an isosceles trapezium, the non-parallel sides are congruent. So the shape is like an isosceles triangle with its apex chopped off by a straight line parallel to its base.

Yes but the parallel bases are of different lengths

One pair of opposite sides - the non-parallel ones.

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