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No. On two counts:

- Only one of the diagonals is bisected.
- They meet at right angles.

The correct answer is a parallelogram.

Q: What shape has diagonals bisect each other but are different lengths the diagonals do not meet at right angles and the angles are not right angles?

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In rhombuses and squares the diagonals bisect opposite angles.

No, the diagonals of a parallelogram do not necessarily bisect the angles. The diagonals of a parallelogram divide it into four congruent triangles, but they do not necessarily bisect the angles of those triangles.

The diagonals will not always bisect opposite angles in the rectangle.

The diagonals of a rectangular shape will only bisect opposite angles if, in fact, the shape is a square. Otherwise they will not bisect them.

No - only one of the diagonals bisects the angles of the shape.

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No, a rectangle's diagonals do not bisect opposite angles.

In rhombuses and squares the diagonals bisect opposite angles.

Not for every parallelogram. Only for a rhombus (diamond) or square will the diagonals bisect the opposite angles they connect, and diagonals are perpendicular. In rectangles, the diagonals do not bisect the angles and are notperpendicular, but they do bisect each other.

The diagonals of a rectangle bisect the angles only if the rectangle is a square.

No, the diagonals of a parallelogram do not necessarily bisect the angles. The diagonals of a parallelogram divide it into four congruent triangles, but they do not necessarily bisect the angles of those triangles.

No, but in a square they do bisect the angles

The diagonals will not always bisect opposite angles in the rectangle.

The diagonals of a rectangular shape will only bisect opposite angles if, in fact, the shape is a square. Otherwise they will not bisect them.

The diagonals will not always bisect opposite angles in a rectangle.

No, but the diagonals of a square does bisects its interior angles.

No - only one of the diagonals bisects the angles of the shape.

No but the diagonals of a square bisect each other at right angles