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These shapes are different in some ways:

  • A parallelogram contains two pairs of congruent angles such that they are not adjacent to each other. A rectangle contains all four right angles.
  • The diagonals of both shapes are formed differently from another.
  • A parallelogram has a pair of congruent parallel slanted sides while a rectangle doesn't.
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