Q: What can make 2 rhombi similar?

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Yes, all squares are rhombi (aka rhombuses), but all rhombi are not squares.

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No, rhombi are not rectangles.

Squares and rhombuses (rhombi?)

Quadrilaterals with two sets of parallel sides are parallelograms. Parallograms include squares, rectangles, and rhombi (rhombuses).

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1 hexagon = 3 rhombi so 3 hexagon = 9 rhombi

Yes, all squares are rhombi (aka rhombuses), but all rhombi are not squares.

Yes, all rhombi are parallelograms. If you understand the concept "parallelogram" then you will know that rhombi

Strictly speaking, no, because a semi-regular tessellation must be based on regular polygons and rhombi are not regular polygons. However, octagons and rhombi can be used to make a non-regular tessellation.

Three rhombi can make a long parallelogram.

Because all rhombi are parallelograms.

A square rhombus is a square. All squares are rhombi but not all rhombi are squares.

No. All rhombi (rhombuses) are parallelograms but all parallelograms are not rhombi.

There are an infinite number of options. Even sticking with polygons with sides of the same measure, a hexagon can be made from 6 equilateral triangles, or 4 eq triangles and a 60 degree rhombus, or 2 eq triangles and 2 60-deg rhombi, or 3 60-deg rhombi. Each of the equilateral triangle could be made from smaller shapes. Eg four equilateral mini-triangles to make 1 triangle. Or 2 mini-triangles and 1 mini-rhombus or 2 60-deg mini-rhombi. And then each of those mini triangles could be made up of smaller micro-shapes. And so on ...

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no they are not