Q: What is a quadrilateral that has 4 equal sides 2 pairs of parallel lines and no right angles?

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A quardrilateral with 1 pair of parallel lines and have no equal sides is a trapezium.

Such a shape cannot exist.

rhombus

square

A Parallelogram

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A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with a set of parallel lines. Because it is a quadrilateral, it has four angles.

A square has 3 sets of parallel sides of equal length AND all the angles are 90 degrees. A rhombus has 2 sets of parallel lines of equal length, but the angles aren't all 90 degrees.

A quadrilateral as described is a parallelogram. If the angles between the two sets of parallel lines are 90 degrees, the shape is a rectangle, a special form of parallelogram.

A quardrilateral with 1 pair of parallel lines and have no equal sides is a trapezium.

trapezoid

Such a shape cannot exist.

rhombus

If the two lines being crossed are parallel lines then the corresponding angles are equal.

square

supplymentry

It is called a Rhombus.

A rectangle.