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Q: What is another name for a parallelogram with the same length but different angles?
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A parallelogram with four right angles with sides different in length and width?

a parallelogram with four right angles with sides different in length and width is That would be a rectangle. - HistoryDork


What is another name for a parallelogram with the same length and the same angles?

A square.


What is a parallelogram with diagonals of different length intersecting at right angles?

A rhombus.


A parallelogram with 4 right angles and with sides different in length and width?

A parallelogram with equal angles and two pairs of sides of different lengths is a Rectangle. The rectangle is a special case of the parallelogram where the angles are all equal at 90°.


What parallelogram 4 right angles and sides different in length and width?

rectangle


What name best describes a parallelogram with 4 right angles and with sides different in length and width?

Rectangle


Is a parallelogram always a square?

A parallelogram is always a "pushed over square". However a square implies 4 angles of 90 degrees (and 4 sides of equal length); a parallelogram has no angles that are 90 degrees, so really a parallelogram is never a square (even if the sides are all equal length).* * * * *Yet another horrendously incorrect answer by "The Community"!A parallelogram is NOT a "pushed over square". All four sides of a square are the same length. This is NOT necessarily true of a parallelogram.A parallelogram CAN have angles of 90 degrees and so a parallelogram CAN be a square.A parallelogram is a square in the sense that they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals but they both have different geometrical properties


What is an equilaterial parallelogram that does not have right angles?

A Rhombus is a parallelogram with all sides equal in length.


A parallelogram with all side the same length but no a rectangle?

It could be either of the following: * Rhombus - A parallelogram with four sides of equal length. * Square - A parallelogram with four sides of equal length and four angles of equal size (right angles).


What type of parallelogram has angles of the same length but no angles measure 90 degrees?

a rhombus


What is difference between rhomboid and parallelogram?

A parallelogram in which angles are oblique and adjacent sides are of unequal length.


What is a special kind of parallelogram?

a square as it is the only parallelogram with all four sides of equal length and all four angles are right angles

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