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Q: Which shape has 2 parallel sides and all the sides are the same length?

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

A polygon (four sided shape) that has 2 parallel sides with different lengths, and 2 sides with the same length but sort of slanting in. * * * * * No. What is described is an isosceles trapezium. In general, the slanting sides need not be the same length.

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