The diagonals of a parallelogram are parallel and the same length.
They are of the same length (congruent).
"Congruent" isn't used to describe the diagonals of a rhombus. However, all four sides of a rhombus are congruent - they are all the same length.The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular to each other. They are not the same length - if the diagonals were the same length, then you would have a square.
The sides of a rhombus must all be the same length, but the angles do not need to be the same. The result is a diamond shape where the diagonals can be two different lengths.
The diagonals of a square (which always bisect each other) are the same length.
It is a rhombus. All four sides have the same length and the diagonals are therefore perpendicular.
they are the same thats all
Two pairs of touching sides are the same length. The diagonals meet at right angles. Opposite sides are not parallel.
parallelogram * * * * * Not true. Rectangles and squares do, but other parallelograms do not.