No - it has opposite angles the same.
A rhombus is a type of quadrilateral, which is a type of polygon.
Yes. A rhoumbus does have parellel lines
Rhomus,rectangle and parallegram
They are both polygons, they are both four sided, and they are both types of squares.
No, because there is no such thing as a "rhomus". Furthermore, a rhombus is not a regular polygon either. A regular polygon must have all its sides of equal length and all its angles of equal measure. A rhombus meets the first requirement but not the second and so is not regular.
No because a rhombus has 4 sides whereas a triangle has 3 sides but they are both polygons.
No, two scalene triangles, for example, can never make a rhombus..
A rhombus has no corner right angles but a square has 4 corner right angles
squares and rhombuse are about the same shape, when u look at a rhomus tilt your head and at one point you will see a square. also both of them have all equal sides
A rhomus has 2 parallel sides and all sides are the same length. It may or may not have perpendicular sides; if perpendicular it is a special case of a rhombus and is called a square