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Yes all rectangles are parallelogram but all parallelogram cannot be rectangles.

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Q: Are rectangles parallelogram because their sides are parallel?
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How many parallel sides does a parallelogram have?

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Are parallelograms always rectangles?

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Is every parallelogram is a rectangle?

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Are all rectangles parallelogram's?

Yes. Parallelograms have two pairs of opposite sides that are parallel. Rectangles also have two pairs of opposite sides that are parallel, which makes them parallelograms.


What is a quadrilateral with oppostite sides that are congruent and parallel called?

That is called a parallelogram. Parallelogram includes squares, rectangles, and rhomboids.


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It's a parallelogram. Squares and rectangles are parallelograms.


Is it true that some parallelogams are rectangles?

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What is the definition of an parallelogram?

A parallelogram is tetragon (a polygon with four sides) that has two pair of parallel sides. Parallelograms include rectangles, oblongs, squares, and rhomboids.


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What has 2 pairs of parallel sides and no right angle?

Every non-rectangular parallelogram has. (It's not correct to say that a parallelogram has, because rectangles and squares are parallelograms too.)


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