A parallelogram is a rhombus if and only if the diagonals are perpendicular
Yes, if the parallelogram is a rhombus or a square.
diagonals are perpendicular
No not all the time
No, not necessarily. It would have to also be a square or a kite in order to have perpendicular diagonals.
The best classification for a parallelogram that has perpendicular diagonals is a rhombus. A rhombus has four sides that are congruent. The also diagonals bisect the vertex angles of this type of parallelogram.
It is a rhombus whose diagonals are perpendicular and meeting each other at right angles.
False. Bisecting diagonals is sufficient to guarantee a parallelogram, but the diagonals will only be perpendicular if the sides of the parallelogram are equal.
Not necessarily. Only if it is a rhombus.
if the diagonals of parallelogram become Perpendicular then the figure is said to be rhombus......
If the diagonals are congruent and are perpendicular bisectors of each other then the parallelogram is a square. If the diagonals are not congruent but are perpendicular bisectors of each other then the figure would be a rhombus.
It is a rhombus. All four sides have the same length and the diagonals are therefore perpendicular.
A rhombus is a type of a parallelogram and its diagonals are perpendicular which means that they intersect each other at right angles.
A rhombus, square, kite or arrowhead.
Yes in the shape of a rhombus but otherwise no
It is a rhombus.
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None because any 4 sided quadrilateral including a parallelogram has only 2 diagonals
It is a rhombus