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No its parallel bases can never be equal in length.

But if it is in the form of an isosceles trapezoid then its slanted sides are equal in length.

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Is an isoscles trapezoid a trapezoid with legs of equal length?

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An isosceles trapezoid is trapezoid with congruent bases?

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Can a trapezoid and parallelogram have the same area?

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