Q: A parallelogram not a square with all sides same length?

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A rhombus

If a parallelogram has all four sides the same length it's called a square.

A square or a rhombus

A rhombus has 4 congruent sides, that is the sides are all the same length (as in a square). In a parallelogram, that is not the case.

Rhombus, or square if there is a right angle.

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A square.

A square or a rhombus.

A rhombus

If a parallelogram has all four sides the same length it's called a square.

an equilateral triangle;)

A square or a rhombus

Technically it is because a rhombus is a parallelogram that has four sides of equal length in the same way that a square is technically a rectangle that has four sides of equal length.

It is a special type of parallelogram, because all the sides are the same length. Rhombus is to parallelogram as square is to rectangle.

A rhombus has 4 congruent sides, that is the sides are all the same length (as in a square). In a parallelogram, that is not the case.

A square. Or an equilateral parallelogram.

A square.

Rhombus, or square if there is a right angle.