The question cannot be answered without further information. Have the rectangle and parallelogram the same length/ base? If not, what is the length of the rectangle and the base of the parallelogram?
Yes, a rectangle is a special case of parallelograms.
Only other rectangles.
If the attributes of a rectangle are considered to be:it has two pairs of parallel sidesopposite sides are equal in lengthall angles are 90°the diagonals are equal and bisectThen only a square also has those attributes. If it is a further requirement that the two pairs of opposite sides are such that in each pair the lengths of the sides are the same, but the lengths of those two pairs are different, then only a rectangle is a rectangle.
No. All of a square's sides are the same size.
Not possible... in order for it to have four right-angles, it would resemble a square or rectangle.
(1) Opposite sides are the same length and (2) All four corners are right-angles.
A pyramid has a based that is a polygon such as a triangle or rectangle. The other sides of a pyramid consist of triangles, which are usually the same size.