Q: Are all kites rhombus

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no not all kites are

False

Because a rhombus is a shape and a kite is a object that is the shape of a rhombus. (only sometimes they are not a rhombus)

Not required. A square is a rhombus, but so are many kites. The rule for a rhombus is that all four sides are equal length. The opposite angles on a rhombus are always equivalent, which I think comes from the hinge theorem, but I haven't looked into that for a while.

No but they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals.

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no not all kites are

False

The main difference between a kite and a rhombus is that a rhombus has all equal sides whereas a kite has two pairs of adjacent equal sides. The similarities of them are that both kite and a rhombus are quadrilaterals. Their angles made at the intersection of diagonals are equal to 90°. All rhombuses are kites, but all kites are not rhombuses.

rhombus

Because a rhombus is a shape and a kite is a object that is the shape of a rhombus. (only sometimes they are not a rhombus)

rhombus

squares, kites and rhombus' all have four sides and the total of all the angles is 360 degrees. hope this helps! loves x

squares rectangles Parallelograms Kites Rhombus a shoe box!

Not required. A square is a rhombus, but so are many kites. The rule for a rhombus is that all four sides are equal length. The opposite angles on a rhombus are always equivalent, which I think comes from the hinge theorem, but I haven't looked into that for a while.

A rhombus has four sides of equal length, and opposite angles are equal.A rhombus with right angles is a square.A rhombus without right angles is ...a rhombus!# So the shape of a rhombus can be square. Some kites are square. # or a rhombus can be 'diamond' shaped, like the diamond on a suite of playing cards. Some kites are diamond shaped.But some kites are shaped like a box (a box kite, for example!), and some kites are shaped like dragons! A rhombus does not look like a box, nor like a dragon!* For more information, and some diagrams, see Related links below.

No but they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals.

Yes. Any rhombus is also a kite (but not the other way around), and since any square is also a rhombus, any square is also a kite.