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Q: Does a A rhombus has 4 congruent sides but a square does not always have 4 congruent sides?

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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".

A square or a rhombus. A rhombus does not have 4 congruent angles as a square does. It's always a rhombus. And, depending on the angles, it could also be a square. (This definition treats the square as a special case of the rhombus.)

They are a square and a rhombus

a square and a rhombus

Because the definition of a square is having four congruent sides and angles and a rhombus has four congruent sides.

No. It could be a Rectangle or a square...

A square, always, a rhombus, always, a parallelogram, always, and rectangles, always.

A square or a rhombus.

A square. Parallelogram * * * * * No. It is a rhombus and a square is a special case of a rhombus. A parallelogram does not have four congruent sides, but two pairs of sides that are congruent to one another.

A rhombus has all sides congruent with no sides *necessarily* perpendicular. Normally a square is considered a kind of rhombus. So the answer would be "non-square rhombus."

No because a rhombus has 4 congruent sides but it is not a square

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