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A rhombus can be a rectangle if it is a square.

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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 rectangle is only a rhombus if it's a square


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The answer is SometimesIf 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.


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Yes. A figure which is both a rhombus and a rectangle is commonly called a square.


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