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a trapezoid is the only quadrilateral that has exactly 1 pair f parallel sides.

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A trapezium too

Q: What do you call a quadrilateral that has exactly 1 pair of parallel sides?

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A quadrilateral.

You might call it a quadrilateral, but you would not call it a square or rhombus.

well the name of shapes that has four sides are called quadrilateral its called.

A Square a square Quadrilateral I think

A Parallelogram (Examples: Rectangle, square,etc.)

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A trapezium (US trapezoid).

i think you call it a irregular quadrilateral

Quadrilaterals usually have special names only if they DO have parallel sides, or some other special property. You might just call it "quadrilateral", or "a quadrilateral with no parallel sides".

a Trapezoid

Parallelogram

You call it a parallelogram.

Well, you are supposed to call an irregular quadrilateral an IRREGULAR QUADRILATERAL. Haha. There really isn't any name for a regular quadrilateral. You just call it a quadrilateral or whatever the shape is. You could call it a REGULAR QUADRILATERAL.

There is no specific name. Irregular is not enough because a rectangle is irregular.

A quadrilateral is a polygon with 4 sides. ... Definition: A parallelogram is a quadrilateral where both pairs of opposite sides are parallel. We use the symbol to represent a parallelogram.

a square or rectangular are the first things that came to my mind

A parallelogram. Example of parallelogram is a square, a rectangle, and a rhombus.

I call it a [non-isosceles] trapezium, but those on the other side of the pond call it a [non-isosceles] trapezoid. If no sides are equal, it is called scalene trapezoid