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a parallelogram is any shape that has 4

sides unless it says a certain type of parallelogram then you draw that shape.

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0Square = parallelogram and a square trapezoid = trapezoid Parallelogram = Parallelogram

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.

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.

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.

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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.

Although they have different properties a square and a parallelogram are both classed as 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.

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.

A parallelogram, by definition, just needs to have 2 pairs of parallel sides. A square has this. A square has 4 congruent sides and 4 right angles, therefore, a square is a parallelogram but a parallelogram isn't a square. Hope it helps!

a square are alike to a parallelogram because they have parallel sides

Yes a parallelogram with a right angle is a square.

A square is a special case of a rhombus. A parallelogram is not a rhombus.

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A parallelogram that is not a square is any parallelogram whose angles are not ninety degrees or whose opposite sides are not equal.

Yes, a parallelogram is a quadrilateral in which opposite sides are parallel, so a square is a special case parallelogram.

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