A parallelogram can have adjacent sides and angles which are different. A square cannot.
Although they have different properties a square and a parallelogram are both classed as 4 sided quadrilaterals.
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A parallelogram may or may not be a square, although a square is a parallelogram.
No, a parallelogram is not necessarily square.However, by definition, a square is always a parallelogram.
A square is always a parallelogram. Every square is a parallelogram.
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A parallelogram is always a "pushed over square". However a square implies 4 angles of 90 degrees (and 4 sides of equal length); a parallelogram has no angles that are 90 degrees, so really a parallelogram is never a square (even if the sides are all equal length).* * * * *Yet another horrendously incorrect answer by "The Community"!A parallelogram is NOT a "pushed over square". All four sides of a square are the same length. This is NOT necessarily true of a parallelogram.A parallelogram CAN have angles of 90 degrees and so a parallelogram CAN be a square.A parallelogram is a square in the sense that they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals but they both have different geometrical properties
No , parallelogram is not a type of square .
No.But every square is a parallelogram.
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No, a parallelogram is not always a square, but a square is a parallelogram.
A square is both a quadrangle and a parallelogram.
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A square is a parallelogram a parallelogram isn't always a square. The definition of parallelogram is a closed shape with two parallel sides. So a rectangle is a parallelogram and so is a square and a rombus. The definition of square is shape with four equal sides.
A Square and a Rectangle are both Parallelogram.Square:A square is a parallelogram in which adjacent sides are equal and one of its angles is 90o.Rectangle:A Rectangle is a parallelogram in which one of its angles is 90o.
a rhombus is a diamond, all faces point to different directions, a parallelogram is like a skewed square has two parallel sides, __ \__\ < like this
"Square" is not an alternative name for "parallelogram". A square is a very special case ofparallelogram, i.e. it's a parallelogram with more restrictions and conditions placed on it.There are several names for different 4-sided figures, but no two of them are choices of namesfor the same 4-sided figure. Each one has a slightly different description from all the others.
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Yes, a square is a special type of a parallelogram.
A square is a parallelogram, but not all parallelograms are squares.
A parallelogram has different geometrical properties than a square but they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals.
A parallelogram can be a square, but never can a square be a parallelogram. A square is defined as having all four sides the same and all four right angles. A parallelogram has to have two pairs of parallel sides.
No it's just a quadrilateral although it looks like a square that is slanting they are different a square has a rotation order of 4 and a parallelogram only has 2 a square has 4 lines of symmetry and a parallelogram only has 3 a square all the angles are 90 degrees but they aren't in a parallelogram well anyway it isn't a square you can't have special squares you only have squares no if's but's or maybe's
a parallelogram is defined as any quadrilateral (four sided object) with oposite sides being parallel. So yes every square is a parallelogram but every parallelogram is not a square.