It can do. The non-parallel sides of an isosceles trapezium will be equal. Also, one of the non-parallel sides could be equal to one of the parallel sides.
Any shapes that have seven sides.
A square, rectangle and rhombus are all parallelograms. A parallelogram is any shape with two sets of parallel sides. The opposite sides have to be equal in length. A square, rectangle and a rhombus all have two sets of parallel sides. Also, both pairs of oposite sides are equal length.
this would be a rhombus. rhombuses are parallelograms (four-sided shapes with opposite sides parallel) that have all equal side lengths. squares are included as rhombuses.
The two quadrilaterals with equal sides are the rhombus and square.
There are infinitely many such shapes. A polygon with 4 or more sides can have two sides that are parallel and they need not be the same length.
No. Parallelograms have only 4 sides with 2 sets of parallel sides: they include squares, rectangles, and rhombuses (rhombi, diamond shapes). Because opposite angles are equal, each pair of parallel sides is equal in length. (For squares and "equilateral rhombi" all four sides are equal in length.)
All regular polygons with an even number of sides. Irregular polygons with an odd number of sides can have parallel sides. There are also non polygonal shapes that can have parallel sides.
Infinitely many. Every regular polygon with 2n sides has n pairs of parallel sides. Then there are irregular polygons which can have parallel sides. And there are also irregular shapes which have parallel sides.
it is the square
A shape with four or more sides can have two parallel sides.
It all depends on the shape; different 2D geometrical shapes have different characteristics.Some specialized geometrical shapes:Square: 4 sides; 4 equal sides; 2 pairs of parallel sides; 4 right angles (90 degrees)* A square is a rectangle.Rectangle: 4 sides; 2 pairs of parallel sides; 4 right angles (90 degrees)* A rectangle is not a square.Triangle (equilateral): 3 sides; 3 equal sides; all angles 60 degreesTriangle (isosceles): 3 sides; 2 equal sides (usually the base is the odd one)Triangle (scalene): 3 sides; all uneven sides and anglesRhombus: 4 sides; 4 equal sides; 2 pairs of parallel sides; 4 equal anglesParallelogram: 4 sides; 1 pair of parallel sidesThese are the basic geometrical 2D shapes, but there are others that are more complex.
A quadrilateral has four sides that may or may not be equal or parallel If two sides are parallel and the other sides equal but not parallel it is a trapezoid
Trapezoids and rhombuses are quadrilateral shapes. A trapezoid has 2 sides that are parallel and a rhombus has 4 sides that equal the same length.