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# What angles not equal only one pair of parallel sides?

Updated: 11/3/2022

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### What quadrilateral has angles not equal only one pair of parallel sides?

A trapezoid (trapezium) has only 2 sides parallel and not all angles equal

A trapezoid.

### What has angles not equal and only one pair of parallel sides?

it is a trapozoid

A trapezoid.

trapazoid

A trapezium.

### What has shape has Angles that are not equal and only one pair of parallel sides?

irregular trapezium

### How are trapezoids and squares different?

Trapezoids and squares differ in several ways. Firstly, a square has four equal sides and four 90-degree angles, while a trapezoid has only one pair of parallel sides and two non-parallel sides. Additionally, the opposite sides of a square are parallel, while in a trapezoid, only one pair of sides is parallel. Lastly, all angles in a square are equal, whereas angles in a trapezoid can be different.

### Does a rhombus have parallel sides and equal diagonals?

Opposite sides are equal and parallel but diagonals are only equal in certain specific circumstances eg when all angles are equal, which makes it a square rather than a rhombus.

### What shape has no equal angles and only one pair of parallel sides?

That shape would be a trapezoid.

### What shape has four sides and only two pairs of parallel sides equal in length and no right angles?

a dimond or rhombus

### Does a trapezoid have 2 pair of opposite congruent angles?

Whether or not the opposing angles of a trapezoid (UK trapezium) are equal depends on the axis of symmetry. A trapezoid (trapezium) can be defined as a quadrilateral with one pair of opposite sides parallel. It is not a parallelogram because only one pair of sides is parallel. It is called a regular trapezoid if the sides that aren't parallel are equal in length and both angles coming from a parallel side are equal