Q: What is the difference between a trapizoid and a parallelogram?

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A parallelogram is slanted. A rectangle is not.

I don't exactly know because the question on my math homework is How are a parallelogram and a trapizoid similar and how are they alike? So I really don't know. Sorry!

A trapezium has one a pair of parallel lines, a parallelogram has two.

A parallelogram in which angles are oblique and adjacent sides are of unequal length.

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no its a polygon trapizoid because of its shape is in another class then parallelogram.

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it my be a trapizoid, square, parallelogram, rhombus, or a rectangle.

A parallelogram is slanted. A rectangle is not.

There are two differences.Trapezium is correctly spelled, trapizoid is not.Trapezium is a term used across the English speaking world, trapezoid is used only in the US.

I don't exactly know because the question on my math homework is How are a parallelogram and a trapizoid similar and how are they alike? So I really don't know. Sorry!

The difference between a trapezoid and a parallelogram is very simple: A trapezoid has exactly one pair of parallel sides and a parallelogram has exactly two pairs of parallel sides.

A trapezium has one a pair of parallel lines, a parallelogram has two.

A parallelogram in which angles are oblique and adjacent sides are of unequal length.

The difference is: 1) the rectangle has all right angles 2)a parallelogram has acute and obtuse angles but not a rectangle

A parrolulegram is all 4 sided figures, and trapizoid is not a 4 sided figure?

A rhombus is a kind of parallelogram. All four of its sides are of the same length.