A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two of its sides parallel. The opposite sides and angles of a parallelogram are equal. The area of a parallelogram relies on its base and height.
In the above figure, you can see,
AB//CD, AD//BC
Also, AB = CD and AD = BC
And, ∠A =∠C, ∠B =∠D
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Properties of a Parallelogram
Here are the different properties of parallelogram:

The opposite sides of a parallelogram are congruent

The opposite angles of a parallelogram are congruent

The consecutive angles of a parallelogram are supplementary

The diagonal of a parallelogram always bisect each other

Each diagonal of a parallelogram bisect it into two congruent triangles
If any of the angles of a parallelogram is a right angle, then its other angles will also be a right angle.
Types of a Parallelogram
The three different types of a parallelogram are:
Trapezium
The trapezium is a type of quadrilateral with two of its sides parallel. The parallel sides of a trapezium are called bases whereas nonparallel sides of a trapezium are called legs. The trapezium is also known as a trapezoid. Sometimes, the parallelogram is also considered as a trapezoid with two of its sides parallel.
In the above figure, we can see sides AB and CD are parallel to each other whereas sides BC and AD are nonparallel. The h is the distance between the two parallel sides which represent the height of the trapezium.
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Properties of a Trapezium
Here are the different properties of a trapezium:

One pair of opposite sides are parallel in trapezium

The diagonals of the trapezium intersect each other

The sides of a trapezium that are not parallel are not equal except in isosceles trapezium

The sum of the interior sides of a trapezium is equal to 360 degrees i.e., ∠A + ∠B +∠C +∠D = 360°

The sum of two adjacent angles is equal to 180°. It implies that two adjacent angles are supplementary.

The legs or non parallel sides of an isosceles trapezium are congruent.
Types of Trapezium
The trapezium is of three different types namely:

Isosceles Trapezium The legs or non parallel sides of an isosceles trapezium are equal in length.

Scalene Trapezium All the sides and angles of a scalene trapezium are of different measures.

Right trapezium A right trapezium includes at least two right angles.
Kite Definition
A kite is a quadrilateral with two pairs of adjacent and congruent (equallength) sides. It implies that kite is

A polygon

A closed shape

A plane figure
What are the Properties of a Kite?
Here are some important properties of a kite:

A kite is symmetrical in terms of its angles.

The two diagonals of a kite bisect each other at 90 degrees.

The main diagonal of a kite bisects the other diagonal.

The smaller diagonal of a kite divides it into two isosceles triangles.

The angles of a kite are equal whereas the unequal sides of a kite meet.

The kite can be seen as a pair of congruent triangles with a common base.
Solved Examples
1. Find the perimeter of kite whose sides are 21cm and 15cm
Solution :
Given
a= 21cm
b= 15cm
Perimeter of the kite= 2(a+b)]
Perimeter of kite 2(21+15)
Perimeter of kite = 72 cm
2. Find the area of a parallelogram whose base is 5 cm and height is 7cm.
Solution Given, Base = 5cm and Height = 7 cm
Area= Base * Height
Area= 5 * 7
Area = 35 sq. cm
Hence, the area of a parallelogram is 35 sq cm.
3. Find the perimeter of a trapezium whose sides are 6cm ,7cm, 8cm, and 9 cm
Solution: Perimeter of trapezium= sum of all its sides
Perimeter = 6+7+8+9
Perimeter = 30cm
Hence, the perimeter of the trapezium is 30cm.
Did You know?
The word “parallelogram” has its origin in Latin roots; in the 16th century, it was formed from the Latin words “Parallelos” which literally means parallel, and “gramme” which means line.
Parallelepiped is a 3D parallelogram and is formed when you shear the opposite sides of a square or a rectangle.
Orion Nebula, a group of stars in the sky, is also known as a trapezium. In fact, there’s a bone in our wrist which is also called a trapezium.
It is said that Chinese philosophers Mozi and Lu Ban were the ones to come up with the shape kite in the 5th century BC.
Quiz Time

Which of the following quadrilaterals is a regular quadrilateral?

Rectangle

Square

Rhombus

None of these

In an isosceles parallelogram, we have

Pair of parallel sides equal

Pair off nonparallel sides equal

Pair of nonparalle
l sides are perpendicular 
None of these

What do we call parallel sides of the trapezium

Edges of trapezium

Angles of trapezium

Legs of trapezium

Bases of trapezium

How many pairs of equal opposite angles

0

1

2

3

4