Watch this video to learn how to draw a right trapezoid using given specifications for lengths of sides. A right trapezoid is a foursided shape with two right angles and two parallel sides. First, draw the long base. Then draw a 90 degree angle at one end of the base, using a protractor. Mark the angle to show it is 90 degrees. Then draw another 90 degree angle at the top. This is the first video in a setto finish learning you must watch the next segment. If you watch these videos you will soon have a grasp of this geometry concept.
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