Q: How do you draw a parallelgram that is not a rectangle?

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It is four sided and it's like a tilted rectangle.

a parallelogram has 4 angles it is pretty much a rectangle that is tilted

They both have rotational symmetry - of order 2. But whereas a rectangle has 2 axes of symmetry, a parallelogram has none.

it is because a parallelagram is four sided shape with two sets of parallel sides ( sides the same length )

A parallelogram looks like a rectangle that's starting to fall over so that the two side walls are angled.

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Yes, but a parallelogram is not necessarily a rectangle.

In a parallelogram, the opposing sides are parallel. A rectangle is a type of parallelogram.

Usually not, unless it happens to be a rectangle.

A rhombus

no it does not always have to be a parallelgram it could be a square or rectangle

rectangle

It is four sided and it's like a tilted rectangle.

a parallelogram has 4 angles it is pretty much a rectangle that is tilted

They both have rotational symmetry - of order 2. But whereas a rectangle has 2 axes of symmetry, a parallelogram has none.

Yes it is because a rectangle is made up of parallel sides: the top and bottom, the left side and right side

All of them have, except the pentagon and octagon.

Draw one whole in ONE rectangle, and draw the thirds in a different rectangle..!