Q: Some parallelograms are squares

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Some parallelograms are not sqaures

False! Squares are parallelograms. Parallelograms can be squares or rectangles or neither.

Yes all squares are parallelograms but not all parallelograms are squares.

Parallelograms are a special form of quadrilaterals (four sided polygons). Parallelograms have 2 sets of parallel sides. So you could say that all parallelograms are quadrilaterals. Or you could say that all parallelograms are polygons. I'm not sure what you are asking.

the three special quadrilaterals that can be a parallelogram are a rectangle, a square, and a rhombus Actually, this is incorrect. All squares are rectangles. All rectangles are parallelograms. Therefore all squares are parallelograms. But not all parallelograms are rectangles. And not all rectangles are squares.

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Parallelograms are squares is sometimes true. Squares are parallelograms is always true. Rhomboids are parallelograms is also always true. So not all parallelograms are squares but some are.

Some parallelograms are not sqaures

False! Squares are parallelograms. Parallelograms can be squares or rectangles or neither.

Some parallelograms are squares - the ones which are equiangular (have equal angles) and are equilateral (have equal side lengths). All squares are parallelograms, but only some parallelograms are squares.

No, but you can draw a parallelogram that is not a square. All squares are parallelograms, but only some parallelograms are squares.

False! Squares are parallelograms. Parallelograms can be squares or rectangles or neither.

Yes all squares are parallelograms but not all parallelograms are squares.

All squares are parallelograms, but all parallelograms are not squares.

Parallelograms include squares, but not the other way around.

Yes. All squares are parallelograms but not all parallelograms are squares.

No

Squares, parallelograms, rectangles, and rhombus are some. Zaragotha (Zara)