Math and Arithmetic

# What best describes every parallelogram?

###### Wiki User

###### February 23, 2012 1:55AM

All sides of all of them are the same length and are parallel to each other.

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### Is every parallelogram a rhombus?

A rhombus is a self-intersecting shape with four sides. Every
parallelogram is a rhombus. The angle of the intersections are the
only variances.
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Not true.
A rhombus is a simple polygon. It is not
self-intersecting.
Every rhombus is a parallelogram but every parallelogram is
not a rhombus! (The opposite of what the previous answer
claimed.) All four sides of a rhombus are of the same length. In a
parallelogram, each pair of opposite sides are equal, but the
adjacent sides are of different length.