Q: What is a parralelogram with opposite sides equal and four right angles?

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yes a rectangle is a parralelogram because it has four parralel lines and has four right angles

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.

A rhombus has 2 equal opposite acute angles and 2 equal opposite obtuse angles whereas a rectangle has 4 equal right angles.

A parallelogram always has opposite sides of equal length. Its 4 angles may be right angles, but in most parallelograms they're not. If they are, then that parallelogram is also called a 'rectangle'.

A square or a rectangle

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No, unless they're all right angles. Otherwise it has two pairs of equal angles.

yes a rectangle is a parralelogram because it has four parralel lines and has four right angles

square

A square. Its opposite sides are equal and it has 4 right angles.

Rectangle

Rhombus!

rhombus

If it has any, it's a rectangle (or in some instances, a square)

A rhombus is a 4 equal sided quadrilateral with equal opposite acute angles and equal opposite obtuse angles with diagonals that bisect each other at right angles.

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.

rectangle

A rhombus