it is a rhombus
-- four equal sides -- opposite sides are parallel -- opposite angles are congruent -- diagonals are perpendicular
It's a parallelogram that's also a rhombus, a rectangle, and a square.
yes, by definition. All four sides are also of the same length and opposite angles are congruent. A square is a special instance of a rhombus if it helps you visualize the concept.
Rhombus: A Rhombus has four congruent sides but no right angles.
Rhombus. Because a Rhombus has four congruent sides but no right angles.
A rhombus has four congruent sides. The angles don't matter, but if they're right angles, then the rhombus is a square.
A parallelogram with no right angles and four congruent sides is a Rhombus.
Because the definition of a square is having four congruent sides and angles and a rhombus has four congruent sides.
A square, but not a rhombus because a rhombus does not have four congruent angles
In all parallelograms, opposite angles and opposite sides are congruent. If all four sides are congruent, it's a rhombus. If all four angles are congruent, it's a rectangle. If all four sides and all four angles are congruent, it's a square.