Question

# Can a trapezoid that is not isosceles be drawn on a square lattice.

Answer

Yes.

- Q: What is a square lattice? A: A square lattice is a regular tiling of the plane with each unit square having four edges of equal length.
- Q: What is a trapezoid? A: A trapezoid is a quadrilateral with at least one pair of parallel sides.
- Q: Can a trapezoid that is not isosceles be drawn on a square lattice? A: Yes.
- Explanation: A trapezoid that is not isosceles can be drawn on a square lattice because any set of four points on the lattice can be used as the vertices of a quadrilateral. By choosing four points that are not collinear, a non-isosceles trapezoid can be formed.