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two pairs of congruent angles in a rhombus

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Does a rhombus have two pairs of congruent angles?

Yes, a rhombus always has two pairs of congruent angles because of the fact that all of their sides are equal.


Adjacent angles of a rhombus are congruent?

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


What has four congruent sides and two pairs of congruent angles?

A Rhombus.


Does a rhombus have 4 congruent sides and four congruent angles?

A rhombus has 4 congruent sides, but it does not necessarily have 4 congruent angles.


What is a shape with four congruent sides two acute angles and two obtuse angles?

it is a rhombus


Can a rhombus be congruent to another rhombus?

A rhombus can only be congruent to another rhombus, because to be congruent two figures have to be exactly the same. Note: Not all rhombuses (rhombi) are congruent, only those that have equal angles and sides.


Does a rhombus always have 2 congruent angles?

A rhombus always have 2 pairs of congruent angles, yes.


Are rhombus congruent?

The 4 sides of a rhombus are equal and it has two equal acute angles and two equal obtuse angles


What type of quadrilateral has 4 congruent angles and 4 congruent sides?

A square, but not a rhombus because a rhombus does not have four congruent angles


Does a rhombus have no right angles and 3 congruent sides?

A rhombus has four congruent sides. The angles don't matter, but if they're right angles, then the rhombus is a square.


How can you classify a rhombus with 4 congruent angles?

A rhombus with 4 congruent angles is a rectangular rhombus having interior angles that are all right angles (90°) and therefore it is a square.


Can you draw a rhombus with congruent sides and angles?

Sure ! -- The sides of every rhombus are always congruent. -- If you make the angles congruent, then you have a special kind of rhombus called a "square".