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No. Usually it won't.
No, a rectangle can just be classified as a parallelogram as well.
Yes, a square is a specific type of rectangle or rhombus. The only qualifications for a rectangle are that the corners have the make 90 degree angles and the sides have …to be parallel, any square meets those qualifications.
no because a rectangle has four 90* angles. so it would be never.
The answer is Sometimes If it is a square then it will be both a rhombus and a rectangle, else it can be one of the the two or none.
A rectangle is never a rhombus. A rhombus does not have right angles, but a rectangle does. Definition: rectangle - a parallelogram having four right angles. rhombus - an eq…uilateral parallelogram Websites: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/rectangle?s=t http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/rhombus?s=t
A rectangle is not always equilateral, although it is always equiangular. A rhombus is not always equiangular, but is always equilateral. A square is both equilateral and …equiangular.
A rhombus is NEVER equiangular. If it were equiangular it would no longer be a rhombus but a square.
Never. A rectangle has 2 pairs of equal sides and four right angles whereas a rhombus has all sides equal and 2 pairs of equal angles.
A rectangle is sometimes a square, but not always. When it is, it's also a rhombus. A rhombus is sometimes a square, but not always. When it is, it's also a rectangle. A s…quare is always a rhombus and always a rectangle. Rectangles, rhombera, and squares are always parallelograms and quadrilaterals.
They are both 4 sided quadrilaterals
No because they both have different properties but they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals.
No but they are all 4 sided quadrilaterals
They are both 4 sided quadrilateral They both have 4 interior angles that add up to 360 degrees They both will tessellate They both have a perimeter which is the sum of their …4 sides They both have two diagonals
No, but they are all 4 sided quadrilaterals
all angles are right angles