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**Definition** of **trapezoid** noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. **Meaning**,
pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms ...

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Parallel sides are called bases. • Non-parallel sides are called legs or lateral
sides. See **definition** notes below examples. EXAMPLES: trapezium, **trapezoid** ...

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Construction of the Geometric **Mean** in a **Trapezoid**. by Shannon ... Construct the
point where this circle intersects line NM but **does** not intersect segment NM.

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Remember, if you see the word quadrilateral, it **does** not necessarily **mean** a ...
into three sub-groups: general quadrilaterals, parallelograms and **trapezoids**.

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Apr 18, 2016 **...** The **trapezoid** has two acute angles and two obtuse angles. However, if this is a
right **trapezoid**, There would be one acute angle, two right ...

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This **means** that both of these sides can be called a base, and that the... ... How
**do** I find the height of a **trapezoid** when the area and the bases are given? Rtao.

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Figure D is a trapezium (also called a trapeze or **trapezoid**). ... area, which he
**does** not define, but clearly **means** quadrilateral with parallel opposite sides.

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Jul 17, 2012 **...** To find the area of the **trapezoid**, let's turn it into a parallelogram. To **do** this, make
a copy of the **trapezoid** and then rotate the copy . Now, this is ...

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Oct 3, 2017 **...** Pupils rarely fully understand or know a true mathematical **definition** for ... to ask
yourself is why **do** we have the inclusive definitions we **do**?