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What are Quadrilaterals? If you know give me five examples

What are Quadrilaterals? If you know give me five examples

Grade:6

6 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
2 years ago
Quadrilateral is a closed figure made up of four straight edges and four corners. It is also named as quadrangle
 

There are many, many quadrilaterals used in real life.

Square-like shapes are often used for uniformity: they are easy to tesselate, or pattern with. Same with diamonds or rectangles.

Shapes like trapeziums: with a wide base and a narrower top, are used for construction or building.

Shapes such as rhombuses or other irregular quadrilaterals (pictured below) are used for design: to make things look good, add something the eye notices because it is not uniform.

Ayan
111 Points
2 years ago
 is a closed figure made up of four straight edges and four corners.It have many examples like square,rectangles,diamonds,parallelogram,rhombus.Quadrilateral
Sayantan Garai
117 Points
2 years ago
A quadrilateral is an area bounded by four sides. 
Examples are:-
Rhombus.
Square.
Rectangle.
Trapezium.
Kite.
Varsha Shivanand K
56 Points
one year ago
A quadrilateral is a polygon (closed figure) with 4 straight edges and corners. 
Examples of quadrilaterals are:-
1)  Square
2)  Rectangle
3)  Rhombus
4)  Kite etc... . ... 
Varsha Shivanand K
56 Points
one year ago
 
A quadrilateral is a polygon (closed figure) with 4 straight edges and corners. 
Examples of quadrilaterals are:-
1) Square
2) Rectangle
3) Rhombus
4) Kite
5) Trapezium     etc... .. 
Janarth
60 Points
8 months ago
quadrilateral is a 4-sided shape bcoz quad means 4
examples:

rombus
kite
square
rectangle
trapeseum
 Parallelogram
Dart
isoseles trapezoid
 

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