Q: How is a trapezoid different from a square?

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A square has two pairs of equal parallel sides whereas a trapezoid only has one pair of parallel sides of different lengths.

Square = parallelogram and a square trapezoid = trapezoid Parallelogram = Parallelogram

No, it is either a trapezoid or a square.

A quadrilateral may have all 4 angles different if it is not a square, rectangle, rhombus, rhomboid, rectangular trapezoid, isosceles trapezoid, or parallellogram.

No, a square is not a trapezoid.

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A square has two pairs of equal parallel sides whereas a trapezoid only has one pair of parallel sides of different lengths.

A square needs to have 4 EQUAL sides. Whereas a Trapezoid's top and bottom sides are different lengths.

Square = parallelogram and a square trapezoid = trapezoid Parallelogram = Parallelogram

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No, it is either a trapezoid or a square.

Look at the amazing four-sided trapezoid! That 'square' is not square, it is a trapezoid.

All four sides of a square are of equal length. That is not true of a trapezoid.

Because a square has equal sides and a trapezoid doesn't, but at the same time they can have the same total but use different factors.

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A square can't be a trapezoid because it has two parellel sizes.