Q: What is a rhombos?

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The four different quadrilaterals are square, rectangle, rhombos, and parrellelogram

A rhombus is always a polygon belonging to the class of 4 sided polygons known as quadrilaterals

If you're following the definition of a Rhombus there are none. Two Acute, and two obtuse angles are what it's made up of.

1 It's a rhombus whose diagonals form 4 right anges 2 It looks like a skewed over square 3 It's in the class of polygons called quadrilaterals because it has 4 sides 4 It has 4 equal sides and is known as a rhombus 5 It has 2 equal obtuse and 2 equal acute interior angles 6 Its interior angles add up to 360 degrees 7 Its 4 exterior angles add up to 360 degrees 8 It has 2 unequal diagonals that intercept each other at 90 degrees 9 It has a perimeter which is the sum of its 4 sides 10 It has an area which is its base times its perpendicular height 11 Its area can also be calculated as half the product of its diagonals 12 It can tessellate 13 It has 2 lines of symmetry 14 It has rotational symmetry to the order of 2 15 It can be divided into 2 congruent isosceles triangles 16 It can be divided into 4 right angle triangles 17 It can be used in conjuction with trigonometry 18 Its properties can be found using Pythagoras' theorem 19 It can be congruent or similar to other rhombuses 20 It can rotate and has infinite images within a circle 21 Its name comes from the Greek word rhombos meaning a parallelogram with oblique angles and equal sides

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The four different quadrilaterals are square, rectangle, rhombos, and parrellelogram

A square is a rhombus that has a right angle in it.

yes I'm sure as a parallelogram is a squashed rectangle. Hope I'm right!

A rhombus is always a polygon belonging to the class of 4 sided polygons known as quadrilaterals

No because a rhombus has different properties than a square but they are both 4 equal sided quadrilaterals.

there are no right angles in a rhombos, but there are 2 obtuse angles and 2 acute angles.

If you're following the definition of a Rhombus there are none. Two Acute, and two obtuse angles are what it's made up of.

Yes, the root word of "rhombus" is from the Greek word "rhombos," meaning something that spins around or spins in a circular motion.

It's definitely a parallelogram, and also definitely a rhombus. And if one of its angles happens to be 90 degrees, then it's also a square.

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 5 words with the pattern -H-M-O-. That is, seven letter words with 2nd letter H and 4th letter M and 6th letter O. In alphabetical order, they are: rhomboi rhombos shammos shampoo whammos