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A parallelogram with four right angles is typically called either a Rectangle or a Square.

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Are all parallelograms a rectangle?

No, because to have a rectangle, you need to have four right angles, and parallelograms dont have to have right angles. However, all rectangles are parallelograms.

What is all parallelograms with four right angles?


How many right angles in a parellelogram?

Generally, there are no right angles in a parallelogram, but rectangles and squares can be seen as special parallelograms, as they have all the qualities needed to be classed as parallelograms, and in addition, they have four right angles.

The opposite sides of a parallelograms with four right angles is a?

It's a rectangle

Are rectangles special kinds of paraelleograms?

Yes, they are parallelograms with four right angles.

Are rectangles parallelograms?

Yes, rectangles are a special case of parallelogram, with four right angles.

Do all four sided shapes have four right angles?

No, only squares and rectangles have four sides and four right angles (90 degrees). Parallelograms, trapeziums, kites, and rhombuses all have four sides, but they have different size angles.

All parallelograms with four right angles are?

Rectangles, because a square can be a rectangle, but a rectangle can't be a square.

What is every rectangle?

Every rectangle has four (straight) sides, and four (right) angles. All rectangles are also polygons, quadrilaterals, and parallelograms.

What quadrilateral has four angles?

All quadrilaterals have four angles including: squares rectangles rhombus trapezoids parallelograms

How do I know my parallelogram is not a rectangle?

A rectangle - has four right-angles at the corners. A Parallelogram - has no right-angles, but has opposite angles equal. Technically - a rectangle is a parallelogram, but a parallelogram can never be a rectangle. Clarification - Actually, all rectangles are parallelograms, but not all parallelograms are rectangles. The definition of a parallelogram is that of a four-sided shape where the opposite sides are parallel. There is no angle-size limitation in the definition. Squares, rectangles and rhombuses are all parallelograms.

What is a parallelogram where all 4 sides are equal and the opposite sides are parallel?

All "parallelograms" have opposite sides that are parallel. If all four sides have an equal length and the angles are not all right angles, it is a rhombus. If there is any right angle, then they are all right angles and the parallelogram is a square.(note : it is not possible for a quadrilateral to have four equal sides without being one of these parallelograms.)

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