Yes, it can... but does not have to. A parallelogram is a four-sided plane figure with opposite sides parallel. So as long as it has opposite sides that are parallel, it is a parallelogram.
A rhombus is a 4 equal sided quadrilateral with opposite parallel sides and equal opposite acute angles and equal opposite obtuse angles that all add up to 360 degrees.
this figure has 2 obtuse angles and two acute angles. also the opposite sides are parallel.
quadrilateral--a four-sided figure, any length sides, any angles trapezoid--one pair of parallel sides, any length sides, any angles parallelogram--two pairs of parallel sides, opposite sides congruent, opposite angles congruent rectangle--two pairs of parallel sides, opposite sides congruent, all angles are right angles (90 degrees) rhombus--two pairs of parallel sides, all sides congruent, opposite angles congruent square--two pairs of parallel sides, all sides congruetn, all angles are right angles (90 degrees)
A quadrilateral with 4 right angles and opposite sides that are parallel can be either a rectangle if the adjacent sides are of different length or a square if the adjacent sides are of the same length.
It fits the desciption of a square
This description is of a rectangle, of which a square is a special instance.
To be a parallelogram, the figure needs both sets of opposite sides to be parallel. A rectangle needs to have four right angles. This means the rectangle has to be a parallelogram. However, you can have opposite sides parallel without having right angles, as long as opposite angles are equal to each other,