Q: What shape has two parallel sides?

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If it has four equal sides, then two parallel sides implies two PAIRS of parallel sides. The shape is a rhombus.

A shape with four or more sides can have two parallel sides.

A trapezoid has two parallel sides.

If the shape (a quadrilateral) has only 2 parallel sides, it is a trapezoid (UK trapezium).A shape with four sides and two sets of parallel sides is a parallelogram (rectangle, square, rhomboid, rhombus) because these figures have four sides and two sets of parallel sides.

A shape with parallel sides but no right angles is called a parallelogram

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If it has four equal sides, then two parallel sides implies two PAIRS of parallel sides. The shape is a rhombus.

If two sides are parallel and the other two aren't, the shape is a trapezoid.

A shape with four or more sides can have two parallel sides.

A rectangle is a shape that has four sides with two parallel lines.

A trapezoid has two parallel sides.

That's a trapezoid.

It is a shape which has two pairs of PARALLEL sides. Parallel sides - parallelogram. Get it?

A parallelogram is an quadrilateral (a figure with four edges and four vertices) with two sets of parallel sides. A trapezoid, also known as a trapezium, is a shape with four sides with a pair of parallel sides.

a square

If the shape (a quadrilateral) has only 2 parallel sides, it is a trapezoid (UK trapezium).A shape with four sides and two sets of parallel sides is a parallelogram (rectangle, square, rhomboid, rhombus) because these figures have four sides and two sets of parallel sides.

A shape with parallel sides but no right angles is called a parallelogram

A trapezoid has exactly one pair of parallel sides