Q: How many shapes are a parallelogram?

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Usually, a parallelogram with not bisect other shapes.

Polygon means many sides and is the name given to shapes that have 3 or more sides and a parallelogram is a 4 sided poylgon or a quadrilateral

There is no defining characteristic for the set. Provided they meet certain conditions, there is an infinite number of possibilities. Put the arrow of time in reverse: Take a parallelogram. Cut it up into 7 shapes. What set of shapes do you end up with? Obviously these 7 shapes can be combined to form a parallelogram. Now try different cuts. Then different parallelograms.

A square, a rectangle and a parallelogram.

It is rectangle,square,parallelogram,trapezoid,and a rhombus

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Usually, a parallelogram with not bisect other shapes.

parallelogram

square's, rhombus's

The answer depends on the shapes. Some possible answers are: parallelogram, trapezium, pentagon, heptagon (concave).The answer depends on the shapes. Some possible answers are: parallelogram, trapezium, pentagon, heptagon (concave).The answer depends on the shapes. Some possible answers are: parallelogram, trapezium, pentagon, heptagon (concave).The answer depends on the shapes. Some possible answers are: parallelogram, trapezium, pentagon, heptagon (concave).

Polygon means many sides and is the name given to shapes that have 3 or more sides and a parallelogram is a 4 sided poylgon or a quadrilateral

All 4 sided shapes each equal to 360 degrees in angles

a rhombus

Infinitely many. The length of one pair of sides can range from infinitesimally small to infinitely large.

There is no defining characteristic for the set. Provided they meet certain conditions, there is an infinite number of possibilities. Put the arrow of time in reverse: Take a parallelogram. Cut it up into 7 shapes. What set of shapes do you end up with? Obviously these 7 shapes can be combined to form a parallelogram. Now try different cuts. Then different parallelograms.

Parallelogram or Rhombus

Restate the question: How many shapes are there? The answer is really that a geometric figure can have an infinite number of shapes. The shapes used in geometry include triangle, square, rectangle, parallelogram, rhombus, trapezoid, kite, circle, ellipse, parabola. Then you have pentagon, hexagon. heptagon, octagon, and so forth.

A rhombus, a parallelogram, and a rectangle, are different examples of quadrilaterals, that is, four-sided shapes.