Q: Why is a parallelogram called a parallelogram?

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A 3d parallelogram is called a "Parallelepiped"

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A rhombus is an equilateral parallelogram that does not have a right angle.

A parallelogram

A parallelogram with four 90 degre angles is called rectangle.

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A 3d parallelogram is called a "Parallelepiped"

A 3d parallelogram is called a "Parallelepiped"

A parallelogram is a 4 sided quadrilateral.

A parallelogram which has all four sides congruent is called a rhombus-- it looks like a slanted square. A square is also a parallelogram with congruent sides.

That is called a parallelogram. Parallelogram includes squares, rectangles, and rhomboids.

It is the parallelogram whose angles are right angles.

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A parallelogram with perpendicular sides is called a rectangle.

Yes it does. That's why it's called a parallelogram.

ANSWER: A parallelogram (It can also be called a trapezoid) ... but a trapezoid is not a parallelogram!

How about a rhombus which is a 4 equal sided parallelogram

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