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# What parallelogram has two pairs of parallel sides?

Updated: 12/18/2022

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Almost all parallelograms have two pairs of parallel sides. A square, rectangle and parallelogram can all be considered true parallelogram by definition of parallel sides. However, in a rhombus, although each sides' lengths are equal, they cannot be consided parallel sides because the angle at which they are formed at each point isn't equal.

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