No because a rhombus has different properties than a square but they are both 4 equal sided quadrilaterals.
A square is a rhombus that has a right angle in it.
The four different quadrilaterals are square, rectangle, rhombos, and parrellelogram
yes I'm sure as a parallelogram is a squashed rectangle. Hope I'm right!
A rhombus is always a polygon belonging to the class of 4 sided polygons known as quadrilaterals
It's definitely a parallelogram, and also definitely a rhombus. And if one of its angles happens to be 90 degrees, then it's also a square.
deh losers a shape
__ \__\ Assume that all sides are equal and opposite angles are congruent.
square always a parallelogram
explain why a square i always symetric
I hope this helps
A square IS always a special kind of rhombus.