Ashley R.

asked • 04/07/14

How can a figure be a rectangle, a rhombus, and a square?

Explain how a figure can be a rectangle, a rhombus, and a square.

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Bob A. answered • 04/07/14

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Dahne M.

Rhombi do not have to have right angles: if they do they are squares, which are always rectangles.
Rhombi are parallelograms with sides of equal length but most figures referred to as rhombi do not have right angles and therefore are not squares.
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