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Q: What is this shape exactly two pairs of parallel side?

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It's either a parallelogram or rhombus

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The shape is called a "kite" - which fits well with the shape of a lot of the kites flown for fun.

A rhombus has two pairs of parallel sides.

3A cube has three pairs of parallel faces:I. Top / bottomII. Front / backIII. Left side / right side

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They have two pairs of sides that are parallel. Trapeziums have exactly one pair of sides that are parallel.

Answer: trapezoid Answer: There is no such thing as "one parallel side". Parallel refers to the relationship between TWO lines - so, two lines can either be parallel, or not be parallel. A shape can have one PAIR of parallel sides (e.g. a trapezoid), two PAIRS of parallel sides (e.g., a parallelogram), or more than that (e.g., a regular hexagon has three pairs of parallel sides).

It's either a parallelogram or rhombus

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Exactly one pair of parallel sides.

The shape is called a "kite" - which fits well with the shape of a lot of the kites flown for fun.

no only one side is parallel

A rhombus has two pairs of parallel sides.

3A cube has three pairs of parallel faces:I. Top / bottomII. Front / backIII. Left side / right side

|\/**\/| |/\__/\| an irregular shape like the one poorly represented above. the top horizontal sides are parallel and the side vertical sides are also parallel, but there can be other non parallel sides like the \/'s an /\'s. depending on the situation this question is being asked for this answer might be adequate. hope this helped. p.s. the in the middle of the shape can be ignored because they are there only to hold shape (spaces didn't work) and the asterisks at the top should be a line (same reasoning) Any regular even-number sided polygon will have at least two pairs of parallel sides. A regular hexagon will have 3 pairs of parallel sides.

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