Yes. A figure which is both a rhombus and a rectangle is commonly called a square.
No, it is not possible.
A rectangle is a four-sided figure with a right angle at each corner. A rhombus is a figure with four equal sides. A figure that is both a rectangle and a rhombus is a square.
They are both 4 sided quadrilaterals
If something is both a rectangle and a rhombus, then it is a square.
Yes. A square fits the criteria of both a rhombus and a rectangle.
They both have parallel lines and they have only 2 sides that match up. Also a square is a rhombus and a rectangle, so a rhombus can be a rectangle, but a rhombus cannot be a square and either can a rectangle.
square,rectangle, or rhombus
A Rectangle is a four sided figure in which the internal angles are 90 degrees. A Rhombus is a four sided figure in which all sideshave the same length
A rectangle and a rhombus are both quadrilaterals with two pairs of parallel sides.
Yes. A square is both a rhombus and a rectangle. A rectangles is a figure with four right angles, and all squares do indeed have four right angles. A rhombus has four equal sides, and all squares meet this requirement.
No but they are both 4 equal sided quadrilaterals.
Any square is also a rectangle and a rhombus. It's also a parallelogram and a quadrilateral as well, too.
YesUsing the mathematical definitions, a rectangle can sometimes be a rhombus if it is a square. A square is both a rectangle and a rhombus.However, in everyday parlance, some people may consider that a square is not a rectangle or a rhombus.
A rhombus is NEVER equiangular. If it were equiangular it would no longer be a rhombus but a square.
A square can be classified as a rectangle and rhombus because a rectangle is a figure with two pairs of parallel sides and all angles congruent. A rhombus is a square just turned. In conclusion, yes.
A rectangle can sometimes be a rhombus, as a square is both a rectangle and a rhombus. However, if all sides are congruent, and it has right angles, it is a square and therefore not a rectangle. So, the answer is no, although it may be argued to be yes. Wikipedia, in fact, mentions that a square is both a rectangle and a rhombus; the definition of rectangle there is a quadrilateral with four right angles, thereby not excluding the special case of a rectangular rhombus, or a square. A rhombus is not normally a square but it could be.
Rhombus and rectangle are both special kinds of parallelogram.A parallelogram can be either of those, but it doesn't have to be.
Yes, any square can be classified as both a rectangle and a rhombus. Therefore, this is possible, but not guaranteed.
No because a rectangle and a rhombus have different geometrical properties but they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals.
If both sides are parallel, the figure can be a square, rectangle, rhombus, or parallelogram. If only one side is parallel, the figure can be a trapezoid, or isosceles trapezoid. In Britain, trapezoids are called trapeziums.
A rhombus has 4 sides of equal length and may be crooked and a rectangle must have four 90 degree angles. A square is both a rectangle and a rhombus.
No.A rhombus is more like a diamond than a rectangle. A rectangle is straight while a rhombus is more slant-y. Both have parallel lines.not necessarily. but all rectangles are rhombuses. for a figure to be a rectangle, it must to two sets of parallel sides and all of its angles must be right angles. rhombuses have to sets of parallel sides, but they don't necessarily have all right angles.hope this makes sense
A rectangle is not always equilateral. A square and a rhombus both have four equal sides.
Sometimes a Rectangle can be a Rhombus.
No, but the are both 4 sided quadrilaterals