All rhombuses have two pairs of congruent angles (opposite angles are congruent to one another - a square is a special case type of rhombus in which all four angles are congruent).
squares, rectangles, some rhombuses .... I'm not sure all angles can be congruent
All rhombuses are paralleleograms. Rhombuses are parallelograms in which all four sides are the same length (and the opposite angles are congruent). Squares are rhombuses in which all four angles are right.
No, definition of rhombus is having four congruent sides, but that means its angles don't have to be all congruent. A square is having four congruent sides and angles.
A rhombus is a quadrilateral in which all of the sides are of equal length, It is an equilateral quadrangle. If any angle of an equilateral quadrangle is a right angle, then all its angles are right angles. It is also a square. All squares are rhombuses. Some rhombuses are squares. A rhombus is a parallelogram with 4 congruent sides. A square is a rhombus with 4 congruent angles.
The main thing squares and rhombuses have in common is that they have congruent sides all they way around. The only difference, however, is that squares have 90-degree angles, whereas rhombuses have 2 sets of congruent angles not equal to 90-degrees. They are also both polygons and all their internal angles adds up to 360.
All figures with four congruent sides are rhombuses. All figures with four congruent angles are rectangles. Any shape that is both a rhombus and a rectangle is a square.
Squares and rhombuses can be congruent, but not always. If the rhombus is also a square, it is congruent to a square with the same dimensions. However, since a rhombus only demands for OPPOSITE angles to be congruent, and a square means ALL angles are 90 degrees, this is not always the case.
Yes. A rhombus is a "squashed" square in that every side is equal in length but only opposite angles are equal. The square is a special case of a rhombus where not only are opposite angles equal, but all 4 angles are equal. All squares are rhombuses but not all rhombuses are squares.
A rhombus can only be congruent to another rhombus, because to be congruent two figures have to be exactly the same. Note: Not all rhombuses (rhombi) are congruent, only those that have equal angles and sides.
this would be a rhombus. rhombuses are parallelograms (four-sided shapes with opposite sides parallel) that have all equal side lengths. squares are included as rhombuses.
The definition of a parallelogram is that it has four sides, the opposite sides are congruent and parallel, and opposite angles are congruent. This includes rectangles, squares, rhombuses, etc.The definition of a rhombus states that it is a parallelogram, but more specifically that all sides are congruent.So a rhombus is a parallelogram, but not all parallelograms are rhombuses.