Q: What shape has two equal sides and two equal angels?

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An isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two equal sides. The two angels opposite the equal sides are equal angels.

Squares, rectangles, parallelograms, rhombuses, and kites (literally the shape of a kite, where two sides are equal in length and the other two sides are equal in length; however, unlike a parellogram or rhombus, they are not parallel)

A rhombus is a shape having two acute angles and four equal sides.

A Shape thast has two sides and four which are not the same is...drum roll............an iregular square.Which is not Posiible.lol..haha

An isosceles triangle

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Parallelogram

An isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two equal sides. The two angels opposite the equal sides are equal angels.

Squares, rectangles, parallelograms, rhombuses, and kites (literally the shape of a kite, where two sides are equal in length and the other two sides are equal in length; however, unlike a parellogram or rhombus, they are not parallel)

Any shape can have two equal sides.

yes

If it has four equal sides, then two parallel sides implies two PAIRS of parallel sides. The shape is a rhombus.

A rhombus is a shape having two acute angles and four equal sides.

A rectangle has four sides with two equal lengths.

A rectangle

A polygon; specifically a tetragon. A two-dimensional shape with four equal sides and four right angles is a square. A two-dimensional shape with two sets of equal sides and four right angles is a rectangle. A two-dimensional shape with two sets of equal sides and two sets of equal angles is a parallelogram. A parallelogram where each opposite angel bisects the shape is a rhombus. A two-dimensional shape with one set of equal, parallel sides and two sets of equal angles is a trapezoid. A three-dimensional shape with four triangular faces is a tetrahedron.

A rectangle has two sets of two equal sides and four right angles.

a quadrilateral