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not one of them states that the UK-specific **meaning** of **trapezoid** is even dated, ...
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This lesson highlights the unique properties of the isosceles **trapezoid**. We will
review certain key vocabulary words and discuss the formula...

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**trapezoid meaning**, **definition**, what is **trapezoid**: a flat shape with four sides, none
of which are parallel. Learn more.

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**Definition**: A **trapezoid** is a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides. ...
If we forget to prove that one pair of opposite sides is not parallel, we **do** not ...

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The **definition** of a **trapezoid** is a shape with four sides, only two of which are
parallel. An example of a **trapezoid** is the base of a pyramid when the top is flat
and ...

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A **trapezoid** is a quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides (the parallel
sides are ... The properties of **trapezoid** apply by **definition** (parallel bases).

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Yes, **Trapezoids** isnâ€™t particularly exciting. But it can, at ... How many pairs of
parallel lines **do** you see? The top ... That **means** m∠1 = 107° as well. We can ...

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The prefix “quad-” **means** “four,” and “lateral” is derived from the Latin word for ....
If the non-parallel sides of a **trapezoid** are congruent, the **trapezoid** is called an ...

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Definitions and formulas for the perimeter of a **trapezoid**, the area of a **trapezoid**,
properties of the ... This **means** that their measures add up to 180 degrees.