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Q: Is a square always a rhobus?

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It has two lines of symmetry.

yes....the sides are always he same length...then it wouldn't be a square

yes a square always has 4 sides

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A square is always equiangular. This means that all the angles are equal and that is the case with any type of square.

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Yes, a square is a special kind of rhombus.

No. That is because there is no such word as "rhobus". A rhombus, on the other hand, IS a polygon. It is a quadrilateral.

They are both quadrilaterals.

It has two lines of symmetry.

square always a parallelogram

explain why a square i always symetric

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... a square. A square is always equilateral.

A square is always a rhombus, but a rhombus is a square only when the angles are 90 degrees.

yes....the sides are always he same length...then it wouldn't be a square

No, it is the other way round: a square is always a parallelogram.

Yes, the square of an integer is always an integer.

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