The Hierarchy of Quadrilaterals
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We have a test today on the hierarchy of quadrilaterals.
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In the hierarchy of quadrilaterals, there are three sections. One of them is no pairs of parallel sides, the other one is one pair of parallel sides, and the last is two pairs of parallel sides. There are no specific shapes in the section with no parallel sides, but you can make them up.
In the column with one pair of parallel sides, there is a trapezoid. Trapezoids have only two lines which would never clash into each other if they went on forever.
In the column with two pairs of parallel sides, there is a parallelogram. Underneath the parallelogram is a rhombus and a rectangle. Both a rhombus and a rectangle have two pairs of parallel sides, just like a parallelogram. Underneath the rhombus and the rectangle is a square, because a square, just like a rhombus, has four equal sides and two pairs of parallel sides, and like a rectangle, it has four right angles as well.
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