Describing the complexity of quadrilaterals.
What is a quadrilateral?
Well it is any shape that has four sides which can get complex.
What do you mean?
Well a quadralaterial is part of several shapes, that may or may not have parallel sides, or different features.
This leads to categories and subcategories.
So that's why a square is a rectangle, rhomboid, parallelogram, and a quadrilateral.
Two other categories are the one parallel side, and the no parallel side.
That is the final part of the complex hierarchy of quadrilaterals.
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