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Q: Does diagona of a parallelogram are perpendicular?

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A parallelogram with perpendicular sides is called a rectangle.

No

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no it does not

Yes, if the parallelogram is a rhombus or a square.

Parallel

No. Not necessarily.

A rhombus

rhombus

By definition, a parallelogram two separate pairs has parallel sides. The only type of parallelogram that has perpendicular sides is a rectangle. All others have non-perpendicular sides.

No. A parallelogram has two parallel sides.

A parallelogram is a rhombus if and only if the diagonals are perpendicular

A parallelogram doesn't necessarily have any perpendicular sides, but it can. If it has one single 90-degree angle, then it has four of them, and it's a rectangle or square. A parallelogram without perpendicular sides is a rhomboid or rhombus.

Generally no. If they are perpendicular, all four angles are right angles and the parallelogram is usually called a rectangle.

The single altitude of a parallelogram is its perpendicular height

if the diagonals of parallelogram become Perpendicular then the figure is said to be rhombus......

It is the perpendicular distance from the top or bottom of the parallelogram to the opposite side.

Only in the special case when the parallelogram is a rectangle

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Equilateral parallelograms.

diagonals are perpendicular

No.

A rectangle

No not all the time