A rectangle is always a 4 sided polygon known as a quadrilateral.
-- A parallelogram is always a quadrilateral. -- A quadrilateral is sometimes a parallelogram.
A trapezoid is always a 4 sided quadrilateral
A kite is always a 4 sided quadrilateral.
A kite is always a quadrilateral because it has 4 sides
which type of quadrilateral is never a regular polygon
Never because the 4 interior angles of any quadrilateral always add up to 360 degrees
yes it always hat two
No, it is not. A quadrilateral is a 4-sided polygon. A triangle is a 3-sided polygon. Therefore, whatever way you turn it, a triangle will never be a quadrilateral.
Some polygons are rectangles. The vast majority are not.
A quadrilateral is sometimes a rhombus. The word quadrilateral refers to any 4 sided figure, and a rhombus is the special case where all four sides have the same length.
All polygons can be irregular sense the requirements for a polygon to be irregular is for 1 or more sides to be unequal to the others. So a pentagon is sometimes a regular polygon. Hope that answers your question.
A quadrilateral always has four sides.A square always has four sides→ a square is always a quadrilateral.A quadrilateral's only distinguishing feature is a shape with four sides.A square has four sides, but also those four sides must all be the same length and all the angles are the same, at 90o.So squares are always quadrilaterals, but quadrilaterals are only sometimes squares.
A rhombus is a quadrilateral, but all quadrilaterals are not rhombus'. So sometimes would be your answer.
is an exterior angle of a quadrilateral always sometime or never 90 degrees
Always: There are only 5 vertices in a pentagon. The connector line will always form a triangle with two of the sides of the pentagon and a quadrilateral with the other three sides.