**No**. In order for a quadrilateral to be a

**trapezoid**, it must have exactly one pair of parallel sides. A right

**trapezoid**, therefore, has exactly one pair of right angles. However a

**square**would be a right parallelogram (which is the current definition of a rectangle).

Is this a trapezoid?

A

**trapezoid**is a quadrilateral with one pair of opposite sides parallel. It can have right angles (a right**trapezoid**), and it can have congruent sides (isosceles), but those are not required.What is a trapezoid shape?

In summary, a

**quadrilateral**is any**four**-sided shape. A**parallelogram**is a**four**-sided shape with opposite**sides**that are both parallel and equal in**length**. The area of a**parallelogram**is the**base**times the height. A trapezoid is a**four**-sided shape with at least one set of parallel**sides**.