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No.

A regular pentagon has have equal sides. However, in the same way that a square has four equal sides but you can have a four sided figure with equal sides which is not a square, you can have pentagons that are not regular but do have equal sides. Unlike the quadrilateral, which is called a rhombus, there is no special name for a pentagon that has equal sides but not equal angles.

A parallelogram with equal sides is a rhombus.

pentagon has five equal sides

the length of the sides on a square would be equal, a rectangle IS a quadralateral, but the sides lengthwise are not equal to the sides widthwise

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No but they are both quadrilaterals

2 trapaziods, 6 triangles, 3 rombuses, 3 squares (you have to turn them so they look like rombuses almost.

No. Most are not. A regular polygon is one that has all sides the same length and has angles that are the same. The only regular rhombus, would be a square.

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scalene has no equal sides

3 equal sides = equilateral 2 equal sides = isosceles all sides different = scalene

Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.

A regular pentagon has have equal sides. However, in the same way that a square has four equal sides but you can have a four sided figure with equal sides which is not a square, you can have pentagons that are not regular but do have equal sides. Unlike the quadrilateral, which is called a rhombus, there is no special name for a pentagon that has equal sides but not equal angles.

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