yes, the top and bottem sides are equal & parallel
Yes. A square has two sets of equal and parallel opposite sides. All four sides and all four angles (right angles) are equal.
Any parallelogram, including rhombus, but not including rectangle or square.
That's a rhombus. With an additional constraint on the angles, it's also a square.
A rhombus is a 4 equal sided quadrilateral with opposite parallel sides and equal opposite acute angles and equal opposite obtuse angles that all add up to 360 degrees.
If one set of opposite sides is equal and parallel then both are. The figure is a PARALLELOGRAM and the opposite angles of course must be equal.(see related links below)Parallelograms include rectangles (four right angles) and rhomboids (two opposite acute angles and two opposite obtuse angles).A square is a type of rectangle (all sides equal).A rhombus is a type of rhomboid (all sides equal).Although a square could be considered an equiangular rhombus, it is usually considered a separate type of shape.
It fits the desciption of a square
Yes. A parallelogram is defined as having opposite sides that are parallel and equal in length, and opposite angles that are equal.
trapezoid is the answer!
A parallelogram, a rhombus, a square and a rectangle