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Q: I have 2 pair of parallel sides. The opposite sides are equal in length. All of the angles are equal in size and there are 2 lines of symmetry. What am I?

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A shape with opposite sides parallel and of the same length and four right angles is a rectangle.

A Rhombus

parallelogram

Any parallelogram, including rhombus, but not including rectangle or square.

i have a feeling its a rhombus

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Yes, each pair of two opposite sides is parallel and equal in length. This is necessary to achieve the symmetry of the angles.

A shape with opposite sides parallel and of the same length and four right angles is a rectangle.

square

A Rhombus

Yes. A parallelogram is defined as having opposite sides that are parallel and equal in length, and opposite angles that are equal.

Pentagon

square

The answer is any rectangle that is not a square: such a rectangle has two lines of symmetry, whereas a square has four.

opposite sides are equal in length and parallel opposite angles are equal adjacent angles add up to 180 degrees no lines of symmetry base x vertical height = area sum of internal angles = 360 degrees sum of external angles = 360 degrees

Opposite sides are equal in length. Opposite angles are equal. It is also known as a parallelogram.

A quadrilateral with 4 right angles and opposite sides that are parallel can be either a rectangle if the adjacent sides are of different length or a square if the adjacent sides are of the same length.

Whether or not the opposing angles of a trapezoid (UK trapezium) are equal depends on the axis of symmetry. A trapezoid (trapezium) can be defined as a quadrilateral with one pair of opposite sides parallel. It is not a parallelogram because only one pair of sides is parallel. It is called a regular trapezoid if the sides that aren't parallel are equal in length and both angles coming from a parallel side are equal

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