Len O.

asked • 08/22/12# name of a 2 demension figure described below

na rectangular like figure except with 2 right angles and 2 non-right angles. None of the sides are of the same lenght.

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Stanton D. answered • 01/06/22

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Sorry all you answerers above. It MIGHT be a right trapezoid (or trapezium, as some countries call it. That is ONLY if the two right angles are adjacent. If they are NOT adjacent, then it must be merely a quadrilateral (it cannot be a kite, as then sides would pair for length). If you wish to assemble one, draw two non-congruent non-isoceles right triangles which share a common hypotense. The combined shape is your target!

-- Cheers, -- Mr. d.

Example on Cartesian plane: (0,0),(0,1), (1,2), (3,0)

Francis R. answered • 08/22/12

Experienced Master Teacher

Trapezium is the correct answer

2 right angles

2 non right angles

all sides a different length

Stanton D.

Not necessarily. See below. -- Mr. d.01/06/22

Syeda Aaliya F. answered • 05/06/21

Holistic Mathematics Tutor

A special trapezoid or trapezium with two right angles and different lengths of four sides.

Stanton D.

Not necessarily. See below. -- Mr. d.01/06/22

Jack B. answered • 08/23/12

Patient and Experienced Geometry Tutor

The figure is a trapeziod. Start off by drawing a vertcal line on the left hand side of your page - about an inch long. At the top ad bottom of the line draw horizontal lines - so you make your two right angles. Now you need to make sure that each side is a different length. Draw the bottom line to say 3 inches and the top line 2 inches. Then connect these lines up.

Wikipedia has a nice diagram - just search trapezoid. In the diagram shown, imagine "h" is the left hand edge of your shape - ignore the line AD.

Stanton D.

Not necessarily. See below. -- Mr. d.01/06/22

Adam B. answered • 08/23/12

Engineering Graduate specializing in Mathematics and Science

Your are describing a right trapezoid.

Stanton D.

Not necessarily. See below. -- Mr. d.01/06/22

Alexyss M. answered • 08/22/12

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Trapezoid

Stanton D.

Not necessarily. See below. -- Mr. d.01/06/22

Ghulam J. answered • 08/23/12

Experienced Teacher in Physics, Mathematics and Electronics

Any geometrical figure with two dimensions only and zero thickness. Such as a Triangle defined by its height and base length, Rectangles with width and length etc., are two dimensional figures.If you add thickness with a rectangle for example it becomes a three dimensional figure.Note a point has no dimenion. A line has one dimension.

Stanton D.

What is this mish-mash?01/06/22

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Alexyss M.

A trapezoid

08/22/12