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Q: What quadrilateral has two pairs of parallel sides and four equal sides but does not necessarily have right angles?

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quadrilateral

no angles are equal so no sides can be equal or parallel. Its just a quadrilateral.

rhombus

A rectangle

A Rhombus.

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A quadrilateral containing 4 right angles is called a rectangle. opposite sides will necessarily be parallel and equal in length. In the special case where all four sides are equal in length, the figure will be a square.

A Rhombus has four equal sides but not (necessarily) four equal angles.

A trapezoid (trapezium) has only 2 sides parallel and not all angles equal

It is not possible for a quadrilateral in Euclidean plane geometry to have no equal angles and still have its opposite sides parallel.It's possible for a quadrilateral to have no equal angles and two of its sides parallel (opposite ones, obviously; adjacent sides can't possibly be parallel). That would be a trapezoid.

quadrilateral

A trapezoid.

A trapezium.

no angles are equal so no sides can be equal or parallel. Its just a quadrilateral.

a rhombus, a quadrilateral without right angle, a quadrilateral with equal opposite parallel sides but no right angles

All quadrilaterals apart from rectangles. Even parallelograms have adjacent angles that are not equal.

rhombus

A parallelogram

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