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Q: Does a parallelogram have 2 adjacent sides equal?

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Perimeter of a Parallelogram = 2(a+b) where a and b are adjacent sides of a parallelogram

draw a kite

It is a parallelogram.

Quadrangles that are not parallelograms = trapezoids, kites, any other polygon that is not a parallelogram

square, rectangle, rhombus, arrowhead, parallelogram

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Parallelogram

A parallelogram

That is a parallelogram.

It is a kite, where the equal sides are adjacent to, not opposite, one another.

A kite shape is one example -- 2 long sides adjacent to each other & 2 short sides adjacent to each other.

A shape that has 2 pairs of equal sides and no right angles is a kite or a parallelogram. In a parallelogram, each side is equal to the one directly opposite; in a kite, the equal sides are adjacent to one another.

Perimeter of a Parallelogram = 2(a+b) where a and b are adjacent sides of a parallelogram

parallelogram

A TrapeziumGoodness, no. A trapezium only has one pair of parallel sides. As far as I know, the answer is just a plain old parallelogram. You may be confusing this with a rhombus, equilateral parallelogram, or diamond, or even lozenge. The only parallelogram with adjacent sides that are equal, and therefore all sides equal (since opposite sides of a parallelogram are equal).By the way, did you notice you spelled parallelogram incorrectly? - 2 ells followed by one ell.the answer is RHOMBOID

If a set of equal sides are adjacent, then the quadrilateral is a "kite" shape. If a set of equal sides are opposite, then the quadrilateral is a parallelogram.

draw a quadrangle that has 2 pairs of equal sides but is not a parallelogram

2*12 = 24 cm.

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