Q: What shapes have only 1 pair of parallel lines?

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A trapezium has only 1 pair of parallel lines.

A trapezium (has only one pair of unequal parallel lines).

Yes it does, it has a pair of parallel lines at its base.

If you mean one pair of parallel lines, then you're talking about a trapezoid.

You need at least one pair of parallel sides. Most trapezoids have that.

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All i know is a Trapezium parallelograms

NO!!!! Parallelogram : Two pairs of parallel lines ; The each pair of parallel lines is the same length. Trapezium ; One pair of parallel lines, that are not the same length. The other two sides can be the same length , but not parallel. Both figures/shapes are quadrilaterals.

a trapezium

No, a rhombus always has two pairs of parallel lines

Only one pair: trapezium.

Well, parallel lines are a pair of lines that could go on forever without intersecting. They could be going in the vertical direction or in the horizontal direction. I'm going to list a few shapes; circle triangle I'm sure there are more, but those are the only ones I could think of at the top of my head.

Parallelograms have two sets of parallel lines. Trapezoids only have one pair of parallel lines.

A quadrilateral with only one pair of parallel lines is called a trapezoid.

A trapezium, or any one of irregular polygons of 5 or more sides.

A trapezium.

Trapezoid

Trapezoid