a) two different squares
Correct. Trapezoids have two opposite sides that are unequal in length, unlike rhombuses.
yes - all the rhombuses. By definition a trapezoid has two parallel sides, a rhombus also has two parallel sides - because both pairs of opposite sides are parallel. So all rhombuses are trapezoids (but not all trapezoids are rhombuses)
Rhombuses and Rectangles
Yes. A parallelogram has two pairs of equal sides, but in a rhombus all the sides are equal.(similar situation: a square is a special kind of rectangle)
Two Rhumbuses Make up a parrellogram.
Nope they are never similar, just like snowflakes.
never ever ever
If they are congruent they must be similar.
Four sides, two pairs of parallel sides
Because they have four sides that comprise two pairs of parallel sides.
Rectangles and Rhombuses (have at least 2 lines of symmetry).
Yes! A rhombuses opposite sides are parrallel
Parallelograms Rhombuses Rectangles Squares
Parallelograms (including rectangles and squares) and Rhombuses.
A scarf is a triangle with two perpendicular sides that are the same length.Which two terms describe the triangular scarf?
No. Similar triangles have all the same angles. An acute triangle can never have an obtuse angle, so the two cannot be similar.
It is sometimes true that two parallelograms are similar. The could be congruent, or dissimilar in that one is not an enlargement of the other.