Q: Is a trapezium special

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The only terms that definitely apply are "quadrilateral" (or more specifically an "incongruent quadrilateral") and "quadrangle."The polygon may also be a trapezoid or a trapezium, but it is also possible to have a trapezoid or trapezium with two sides equal. Also note that the British and American definitions of trapezoid and trapezium are exactly reversed: an American trapezoid is a British trapezium, and a British trapezoid is an American trapezium.A polygon with 4 sides is called a quadrilateral. There is no special name to indicate that it has no two equal sides.

A trapezium has two diagonals.

can any one tell me wat is a trapezium

it has 1 line of symmtery * * * * * Normally a trapezium will have no lines of symmetry.

The interior angles of a trapezium = 360°The British definition of a trapezium is a quadrilateral with one pair of parallel sides.

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A trapezium, also called a trapezoid. It is possible that one of the parallel sides of the trapezium is equal to one of the slant side. In that case the trapezium has no special name but if the two slant sides are equal, the figure would be an isosceles trapezium.

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