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Rhombus' Congruent Angles

It's not the adjacent angles of a rhombus that are congruent, but the diagonal ones.

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Does a rhombus have opposite angles that are congruent?

yes but adjacent angles are not.


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Are adjacent sides of a rhombus always congruent?

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