Q: Is every kites a quadrilateral

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Quadrilateral is the broader term. All kites are quadrilaterals, but not all quadrilaterals are kites.

You could say parallelogram or rhombus.

The quadrilateral is a 4-sided polygon, quadrilaterals consist of kites, trapezoids, squares, rectangles, rhombuses, and parallelograms. The regular quadrilateral polygon is the square.

Yes, a kite is a type of a quadrilateral because it has 4 sides. Another perspective: A kite is a quadrilateral if it has 4 sides. Not all kites are 4-sided.

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No. There are many counterexamples including trapezoids and kites.

No. A kite is also a quadrilateral, but every quadrilateral may not be a kite. You could call a kite a quadrilateral also, but not vice versa.

The geometric shape, known as a kite, must be a quadrilateral.

Quadrilateral is the broader term. All kites are quadrilaterals, but not all quadrilaterals are kites.

There is no one type. Examples of quadrilaterals that are not parallelograms are trapezoids and kites.

You could say parallelogram or rhombus.

The quadrilateral is a 4-sided polygon, quadrilaterals consist of kites, trapezoids, squares, rectangles, rhombuses, and parallelograms. The regular quadrilateral polygon is the square.

Yes, a kite is a type of a quadrilateral because it has 4 sides. Another perspective: A kite is a quadrilateral if it has 4 sides. Not all kites are 4-sided.

Yes

A rectangle (or square), isosceles trapezium and some kites.

Squares, rectangles, rhombi, kites and arrowheads do. Other parallelograms and general quadrilaterals do not.

Yes, every trapezoid is a quadrilateral.