Q: How is a rhombus classified?

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A rhombus is a 4 sided quadrilateral.

A square and a trapezoid

Because they r 2 different shapes

Yes, inasmuch that they are all classed as 4 sided quadrilaterals

None of them cannot. If you have a rectangle, a rhombus, and a square, then you have three parallelograms. You also have two rectangles, two rhombera (rhombuses), and three quadrilaterals.

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A rhombus is a 4 sided quadrilateral

A rhombus is a 4 sided quadrilateral.

No, it cannot. A rhombus has 4 sides, an octagon has 8.

If it's a rhombus and not a square. I fail to see the difficulty here. Every square is a rhombus, but not every rhombus is a square.

A Quadrilateral or a rhombus. A it has fur sides and the angles add up to 360o.

A square can be classified as a rectangle and rhombus because a rectangle is a figure with two pairs of parallel sides and all angles congruent. A rhombus is a square just turned. In conclusion, yes.

It is a rhombus. If the sides form right angels, it can also be classified as a square. It is a rhombus. If the sides form right angels, it can also be classified as a square. It's a rhombus.

A square and a trapezoid

It is special in some respects:It is a parallelogramIt is equilateral.

It is a square hope this is helpful. =)

Because they r 2 different shapes

At a 45 degree angle, it becomes a rhombus, and if either the height or width becomes longer than the other, then it becomes a rectangle.