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Q: What are examples of parallelograms?

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A parallelegram is a kind of shape in which the sets of lines are parallel to each other, such as in the case of a rectangle. Squares and rhombi are also examples of parallelograms. Triangles and circles are examples of shapes that are not parallelograms.

A parallelogram is a four-sided figure with opposite sides parallel. Squares and rectangles are two examples of parallelograms. A square is a four-sided figure that has four equal sides, and opposite sides are parallel.

Parallelograms Examples: Squares and rectangles

No. All rhombi (rhombuses) are parallelograms but all parallelograms are not rhombi.

No but all parallelograms are trapezoids

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There is no one type. Examples of quadrilaterals that are not parallelograms are trapezoids and kites.

A trapezoid or an irregular pentagon are two examples.

A parallelegram is a kind of shape in which the sets of lines are parallel to each other, such as in the case of a rectangle. Squares and rhombi are also examples of parallelograms. Triangles and circles are examples of shapes that are not parallelograms.

No trapezoids are parallelograms, and no parallelograms are trapezoids.

No trapezoids are parallelograms, and no parallelograms are trapezoids.

A parallelogram is a four-sided figure with opposite sides parallel. Squares and rectangles are two examples of parallelograms. A square is a four-sided figure that has four equal sides, and opposite sides are parallel.

No trapezoids are parallelograms, and no parallelograms are trapezoids.

No. Parallelograms are never trapezoids. Trapezoids are never parallelograms.

Parallelograms Examples: Squares and rectangles

No, there are no parallelograms in sports.

All squares are parallelograms, but all parallelograms are not squares.

False! Squares are parallelograms. Parallelograms can be squares or rectangles or neither.

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