Q: What has opposite sides parallel and the same length with no right angles?

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i have a feeling its a rhombus

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

A TRAPEZIUM. Trapezia can be SYMMETRIC or ASSYMETRIC. That is Non-parallel sides can be of the same length or of different lengths/ intersext at different angles to the parallel lines.

Without knowing their arrangement or the angles involved, all you can say is that it is a quadrilateral (4 sides). If the long sides are opposite, parallel, and equal in length -- and if the short sides are opposite, parallel, and equal in length -- you have a parallelogram. If all of the angles of the parallelogram are right angles, you have a rectangle.

rectangle

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

The opposite sides in a parallelogram are parallel and the same length. However, they are not angles at 90 degrees (right angles).

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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.

Opposite sides are of equal length and parallel. The four angles are all right-angles (90 degrees( .

A rhombus has 4 sides of equal length, opposing parallel sides, and no right angles

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A rectangle.

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i have a feeling its a rhombus

a rhombus