it wouldn't be a rhombus if it had a right angle.
A rhombus which has at least one angle a right angle (i.e. a square which is a special type of rhombus)
No. A rhombus is only a square if the rhombus contains at least 1 right angle.
Any rhombus that does not have a right angle
No, a square is a four sided polygon with all it's sides the same length and where each angle is a right-angle. A rhombus may or may not have right angles. So while a square is a rhombus, a rhombus is not necessarily a square.
It can be, but it doesn't have to be. A rhombus is only a square if it has a right angle at one of its corners. Otherwise it's not.
A rhombus is a(n) equilateral parallelogram. A square is forming a right angle.
No. Except for the case of a square (a special case of rhombus), a rhombus will have 2 congruent acute angles, and 2 congruent obtuse angles. The square has 4 right angles. In fact, every quadrilateral will have either all 4 angles equal to right angle (square and rectangle), or will have at least 1 obtuse angle (also at least 1 acute).
A rhombus does not have four right angles. A square has four right angles, as does a rectangle.
No. That word is already taken. The square is a rhombus with a right angle.
a rhombus is not a square even though it has four side and four shape because it has no right angle.
A rhombus is any four-sided figure whose sides are equal. A square is any rhombus with a right angle in it.
The vertices of a rhombus have no right angles but its diagonals intersect each other at right angles.
Rhombus and a trapezoid A trapezoid may have a right angle and a square is also a rhombus, so the kite is the only quadrilateral that can't have a right angle.
A rhombus, or, if there is a right angle, a square.
quadrilateral with no right angle * * * * * More specifically, a rhombus.
An impossibility but a square and a rectangle have 4 right angles
A right angled quadrangle! It can be a trapezium, kite, arrowhead, rectangle or square. It cannot be a parallelogram or rhombus - other than a rectangle or square respectively.
a square * * * * * It need not be a square. It is simply a right angled quadrangle! It can be a trapezium, kite, arrowhead, rectangle or square. It cannot be a parallelogram or rhombus - other than a rectangle or square respectively.
A square is a rhombus that has a right angle in it.
A square is a rhombus with a right angle (90 degrees) at one corner.Note:That means that all four angles will be right angles, but in order to prove thatyour rhombus is a square, it's only necessary to prove that one angle is.
Yes, but then it would become a square (a special case of a rhombus).
Four. A square is a special case of a rhombus with 4 right-angle corners.
* Right triangle * square * rectangleA Right triangle, a parallelogram, a rectangle, a rhombus, a square and a diamond.
A rhombus, (or a square if there's a right angle).