Table of Contents

- 1 Which shape has exactly 2 right angles?
- 2 Which quadrilateral can have exactly 2 right angles?
- 3 What am I I have two right angles I have one pair of parallel sides I have no equal sides?
- 4 What is a shape with one right angle?
- 5 What shape has exactly two pairs of parallel sides?
- 6 Which type of quadrilateral can have exactly 1 pair of parallel sides?
- 7 Is a kite a trapezoid?
- 8 What has exactly one right angle?
- 9 Which shape has 2 parallel sides?
- 10 What quadrilateral has two parallel sides?
- 11 What does parallel sides mean?

## Which shape has exactly 2 right angles?

trapezoid

The quadrilateral that can have only two right angles is a trapezoid. Not all trapezoids have right angles, but we can construct one that does.

## Which quadrilateral can have exactly 2 right angles?

A trapezoid is only required to have two parallel sides. However, a trapezoid could have one of the sides connecting the two parallel sides perpendicular to the parallel sides which would yield two right angles.

**What has only one pair of parallel sides?**

A trapezoid has one pair of parallel sides and a parallelogram has two pairs of parallel sides.

### What am I I have two right angles I have one pair of parallel sides I have no equal sides?

A trapezoid is the polygon with the fewest sides fitting the criteria, however there are multiple polygons which suffice (since it was not specified that the polygon must be regular).

### What is a shape with one right angle?

Right: A right triangle has one right angle.

**Is a square a trapezoid?**

Since a square has 4 right angles, it can also be classified as a rectangle. The opposite sides are parallel so a square can also be classified as a parallelogram. If it is classified as a parallelogram then it is also classified as a trapezoid.

## What shape has exactly two pairs of parallel sides?

parallelogram

A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with 2 pairs of parallel sides. In these figures, sides of the same color are parallel to each other. A shape with four sides of equal length. The shape has two sets of parallel sides and does not have right angles.

## Which type of quadrilateral can have exactly 1 pair of parallel sides?

A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides.

**Which shapes have at least one pair of parallel sides?**

A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with at least one pair of parallel sides.

### Is a kite a trapezoid?

A kite is a quadrilateral with two pairs of adjacent sides of identical length. A trapezoid (British: trapezium) can be a kite, but only if is also a rhombus. An isosceles trapezoid can be a kite, but only if it is also a square.

### What has exactly one right angle?

It is called a right quadrilateral.

**What are shapes with parallel sides?**

Shapes are parallel if they have lines that are always the same distance from each other and will never intersect or touch. Some shapes that have parallel sides include the parallelogram, the rectangle, the square, the trapezoid, the hexagon, and the octagon.

## Which shape has 2 parallel sides?

Explanation: One of the definitions of a parallelogram is 2 pairs of parallel sides. Therefore, any parallelogram MUST have 2 pairs of parallel sides. This includes all squares, rhombuses, and rectangles. Trapezoids, kites and triangles are all shapes that do not have parallel sides, and this is because they are not classified as parallelograms.

## What quadrilateral has two parallel sides?

A quadrilateral with two sides parallel is called a trapezoid, whereas a quadrilateral with opposite pairs of sides parallel is called a parallelogram.

**What shape has parallel lines?**

A parallelogram is a shape that has two pairs of parallel sides. There are three different types of parallelograms: rhombus, square and rectangle. Parallel lines are two lines that run next to each other, an equal distance apart for the entire length of the line.

### What does parallel sides mean?

Parallel Definition. Parallel sides, lines, line segments and rays are always the same distance apart and never meet. For a given line, only one line passing through a point not on that line will be parallel to it, like this: