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A rhombus is a shape having two acute angles and four equal sides.

This would be a trapezoid.

it is a rhombus

Yes, and all four sides are equal. The difference is that in the rhombus (tilted square), the angles are not right angles. There are two opposite acute angles and two opposite obtuse angles.

No. A rhombus has four sides - two sets of two parallel lines. It also has four angles - two acute and equal; two obtuse and equal.

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A rhombus is a shape having two acute angles and four equal sides.

Parallelogram

This would be a trapezoid.

A parallelogram

it is a rhombus

A figure with four equal sides and no right angles is a rhombus. A rhombus is comprised of two acute angles and two obtuse angles.

A quadrilateral is a four-sided polygon (closed shape made with line segments). Quadrilaterals have four angles (vertices) and come in many different shapes, depending on the length of their sides and the kinds of angles they have. The five most common quadrilaterals are the rectangle, square, parallelogram, rhombus, and trapezoid. A rectangle is a quadrilateral with opposite sides congruent (same length) and parallel. It has four right (90º) angles. A square has ALL four sides that are congruent, and two pairs of parallel sides. It also has four right angles. A parallelogram has two pairs of parallel sides. They form two acute and two obtuse angles. A rhombus has two pairs of parallel sides, but all sides are congruent. They also form two acute and two obtuse angles. Finally, a trapezoid, has only one pair of parallel sides. The parallel sides are NOT congruent. A trapezoid can be formed by two acute and two obtuse angles, or by two right angles, one acute, and one obtuse angle.

A four-sided polygon with all sides equal and no right angles would be a rhombus. A rhombus consists of two acute angles and to obtuse angles.

Complementary.

They are equal.

Yes, and all four sides are equal. The difference is that in the rhombus (tilted square), the angles are not right angles. There are two opposite acute angles and two opposite obtuse angles.

No. A rhombus has four sides - two sets of two parallel lines. It also has four angles - two acute and equal; two obtuse and equal.

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