A Rhombus* * * * *A rhombus is not another name for a parallelogram. In fact it is a special type of parallelogram.

polygon, sometimes a parallelogram

A rhombus is a 4 sided quadrilateral as is a parallelogram.

The rhombus, rectangle, and square are special types of parallelograms.

A parallelogram.A parallelogram.A parallelogram.A parallelogram.

If it is a square or a rectangle, then yes, it will have lines of symmetry. But if you're thinking of your typical parallelogram that does not have another name, then no, it does not have lines of symmetry. Basically, no.

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

A rectangle is also a polygon, a parallelogram, and a quadrilateral with four right angles.

no its a polygon trapizoid because of its shape is in another class then parallelogram.

No, a parallelogram is not another kind of quadrilateral.

From the name parallelogram --- yes. Opposite sides of a parallelogram are parallel.

A parallelogram is also a quadrilateral.

I don't use the name "rhombus-quadrilateral", but perhaps the answer to your question is that a rhombus is a special kind of parallelogram

"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.

That's called a parallelogram.That's called a parallelogram.That's called a parallelogram.That's called a parallelogram.

A parallelogram with one right angle has four of them. The name for this figure is a rectangle.

The special name given to a parallelogram with all side equal is a RHOMBUS.

A parallelogram is a four sided shape in which the opposite sides are all parallel to one another. A square is a good example of a parallelogram, a rectangle is another example.

There is no other name for a parallelogram. Special types of parallelograms have other names but these names do not apply to other parallelograms.

A triangle has three sides, while a parallelogram has four.

AnswerYes, a rhombus is always a parallelogram because no matter what happens the sides across from one another will be parallel. Answerpretty sure it is. no they are not because a rectangle is not a rhombus you were wrongANSWER:A rhombus is not a parallelogram, because the side intersect with one another.ANSWER:A rhombus is always a parallelogram because it has two sets of parallel sides.

There are two of them and they bisect one another.

A parallelogram with 4 equal right angles is a rectangle.

A square also fits the definition of a rectangle (all angles are 90Â°), and a rhombus (all sides are equal length).

A parallelogram is a four sided object with opposite sides being parallel. Some include a square, rectangle and a rhombus.

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