Q: Is it possible to draw a trapezium that has congruent sides?

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draw a quadrilateral that has no parallel sides no congruent sides and no right angle

No you cant

British definition differs with USAUSATrapezoidA quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sidesTrapeziumA quadrilateral with no sides parallelBritishTrapezoidA quadrilateral with no sides parallelTrapeziumA quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides

draw a line in btw , and divid it into 2 parts ! Then u will no wat to do !

Trace it from the pentagon that you want it to be congruent to!

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A quadrilateral that is not a parallelogram (two sets of parallel sides) may be a trapezoid or a trapezium (US terms). To draw a trapezium (irregular quadrilateral), draw two parallel lines and connect them with unequal lines at non-congruent angles. If you make the angles opposite and congruent, you have drawn a trapezoid, which looks like a small stepstool with a top smaller than the base. If you make the connecting lines of equal length, you have drawn a trapezoid or parallelogram.

A quadrangle is an open space with buildings on 4 sides.A quadrilateral is a four-sided shape. A quadrilateral that is not a parallelogram (two sets of parallel sides) may be a trapezoid or a trapezium (US terms). To draw a trapezium (irregular quadrilateral), draw two parallel lines and connect them with unequal lines at non-congruent angles. If you make the angles opposite and congruent, you have drawn a trapezoid, which looks like a small stepstool with a top smaller than the base.

draw a quadrilateral that has no parallel sides no congruent sides and no right angle

No, it is not possible.

Draw a rectangle. And you probably mean "congruent sides," or "sides of equal length."

It cannot. There is no way to draw a quadrilateral where 3 sides are congruent.

you can`t if you did it would be a square

No you cant

Sure ! -- The sides of every rhombus are always congruent. -- If you make the angles congruent, then you have a special kind of rhombus called a "square".

Each of its 4 sides must be of different lengths as for example a trapezoid or a trapezium

It will be in the form of an isosceles trapezoid

It's a quadrilateral (4 sides) and it has two sides that are parallel. If you draw a triangle and cut off one corner, you'll have two figures. One is a triangle, and the other, the 4-sided one, will be a trapezium.