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They are just different names for the same shape.

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Actually, they are not. A rhombus is a parallelogram with all its sides of the same length. It is, therefore a special kind of parallelogram. (Just like a square is a special kind of rectangle). So all properties of a parallelogram apply to a rhombus.

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