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Yes, a rectangle is not a parallelogram to begin with. The top side and bottom sides are longer than the sides.

Rectangles ARE always parallelograms, they are just a specific type. The above answer is false. As long as the opposing sides are parallel, the shape is a parallelogram. Rectangles always have opposing sides that are parallel, since they are made from right angles. You cannot make a rectangle that is not a parallelogram. But you can make a parallelogram that is not a rectangle. If the shape is neither a parallelogram or a rectangle, than it is a quadrilateral.

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square, rectangle

well the possible way is parallelogram

Nope, A rectangle is a type of parallelogram...

No because it could be an irregular quadrilateral that includes a right angle. A rectangle has four right angles.Yes, a parallelogram with a right angle is always a rectangle. In fact, in my geometry book, some 55 years ago, such was the definition of rectangle.A parallelogram with one right angle will always have four right angles.It is true that you can draw an irregular quadrilateral with a right angle which is not a rectangle but the figure will not be a parallelogram.

Square, Rectangle, Rhombus, trapezoid, kite, Parallelogram. Unfortunately I can not draw them here.

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draw a parallelogram which is not a rectangle.verify that its area is equal to the rectangle on the same base and altitude

a rhombus

square, rectangle

No, but it is possible for a parallelogram to be a rectangle - when the angles are all 90 degrees.

How about a rectangle, parallelogram or a kite

Two, a square and a trapezoid. A square is a rectangle and a parallelogram.

it is possible to draw a square that is a rectangle?

Same as a rectangle.

No.

Draw any square or rectangle, and you have it.

No

well the possible way is parallelogram