They both have parallel lines and they have only 2 sides that match up. Also a square is a rhombus and a rectangle, so a rhombus can be a rectangle, but a rhombus cannot be a square and either can a rectangle.
No. All four vertices of a rectangle are right angles. That is not generally the case for a rhombus.
Sometimes a Rectangle can be a Rhombus.
No but they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals
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no a rectangle is very different from a rhombus because a rhombus different angles than a rectangle
A rectangle can sometimes be a rhombus, as a square is both a rectangle and a rhombus. However, if all sides are congruent, and it has right angles, it is a square and therefore not a rectangle. So, the answer is no, although it may be argued to be yes. Wikipedia, in fact, mentions that a square is both a rectangle and a rhombus; the definition of rectangle there is a quadrilateral with four right angles, thereby not excluding the special case of a rectangular rhombus, or a square. A rhombus is not normally a square but it could be.
Yes. A rhombus and a rectangle can be a quadrilateral.
A rhombus can be a rectangle if it is a square.
No, a proper rhombus is never a rectangle.