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no. a triangle is not a parallelogram. First of all, a parallelogram should be a quadrilateral, and quadrilateral forms are figures which has four sides.

secondly' a parallelogram should have two pairs of parallel sides. a triangle doesn't even have a pair of parallel sides.

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