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That is simply not true.

An isosceles trapezium, which is an isosceles triangle with its odd vertex chopped off by a line parallel to its base will have its non-parallel sides congruent.

Also, there is nothing to prevent one (or both) of the sloping sides being congruent to one of the parallel sides.

Q: Why does a trapezoid have 0 congruent sides?

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A trapezoid, in general, does not have congruent sides.

Opposites sides of an isosceles trapezoid are congruent

A trapezoid may have zero or one pair of congruent sides.

Yes the non parallel sides of an isosceles trapezoid are congruent

A trapezoid normally has no congruent sides

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A trapezoid, in general, does not have congruent sides.

Opposites sides of an isosceles trapezoid are congruent

A trapezoid with two congruent, opposite sides is an isosceles trapezoid.

A trapezoid with its nonparallel sides congruent is called an isosceles trapezoid.

Yes a trapezoid has two congruent side

Yes the non parallel sides of an isosceles trapezoid are congruent

A trapezoid may have zero or one pair of congruent sides.

A trapezoid normally has no congruent sides

This quadrilateral is a trapezoid. In a trapezoid, one pair of opposite sides is parallel, and one pair of opposite sides is congruent. The other two sides are not parallel or congruent.

An isosceles trapezoid must have a pair of parallel sides and a pair of congruent sides

trapezoid * * * * * It cannot be a trapezoid because that does not have four congruent sides. In fact it need not have even two congruent sides. The correct answer is a rhombus.

Trapezoid.