Q: What is a pushed over square called?

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A rectangle without right angles is a parallelogram. If you had a square that was pushed over, it would be a rhombus.

A rhombus.

This would be a parallelogram or a rhombus. A parallelogram is like a pushed over rectangle and a rhombus a pushed over square. All sides are equal length and parallel on a rhombus but opposite sides are equal and parallel on a parallelogram. None of the sides are joined by 90 degree angles.

Okay, you know how a parallelogram looks like a bent/pushed rectangle? A rhombus is like a bent/pushed square.

It is called the interior of the square and sometimes the body of the square.

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A rectangle without right angles is a parallelogram. If you had a square that was pushed over, it would be a rhombus.

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A Rhombus, because if the sides are all the same but the angles are not all 90 degrees, it is a rhombus

A rhombus.

Pushed up : mountain Pushed down: crater/land stop

Learn to grammar. The pyramids in Egypt were never "pushed over."

It is called "orographic"

This would be a parallelogram or a rhombus. A parallelogram is like a pushed over rectangle and a rhombus a pushed over square. All sides are equal length and parallel on a rhombus but opposite sides are equal and parallel on a parallelogram. None of the sides are joined by 90 degree angles.

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A parallelogram