It fits the desciption of a square
Yes, it can... but does not have to. A parallelogram is a four-sided plane figure with opposite sides parallel. So as long as it has opposite sides that are parallel, it is a parallelogram.
A rhombus is a 4 equal sided quadrilateral with opposite parallel sides and equal opposite acute angles and equal opposite obtuse angles that all add up to 360 degrees.
this figure has 2 obtuse angles and two acute angles. also the opposite sides are parallel.
A hexagon is any two-dimensional polygon with six sides and six vertices. If it is a regular hexagon, then opposite sides are parallel and each of the angles equals 120 degrees. The six interior angles then add up to 720 degrees
rhombus (although the angles can technically be right angles as well)
You are a rhombus.
This description is of a rectangle, of which a square is a special instance.
quadrilateral--a four-sided figure, any length sides, any angles trapezoid--one pair of parallel sides, any length sides, any angles parallelogram--two pairs of parallel sides, opposite sides congruent, opposite angles congruent rectangle--two pairs of parallel sides, opposite sides congruent, all angles are right angles (90 degrees) rhombus--two pairs of parallel sides, all sides congruent, opposite angles congruent square--two pairs of parallel sides, all sides congruetn, all angles are right angles (90 degrees)
A quadrilateral with 4 right angles and opposite sides that are parallel can be either a rectangle if the adjacent sides are of different length or a square if the adjacent sides are of the same length.
To be a parallelogram, the figure needs both sets of opposite sides to be parallel. A rectangle needs to have four right angles. This means the rectangle has to be a parallelogram. However, you can have opposite sides parallel without having right angles, as long as opposite angles are equal to each other,
a square :D
The following statements refer to both a rhombus and a square: -- The figure is a quadrilateral (has four sides). -- All four of the figure's sides are equal. -- Opposite sides of the figure are parallel. -- The figure has four angles. -- Opposite angles are equal. -- The sum of the interior angles is 360 degrees. Note that a square is one special case of a rhombus.