Q: What is one property that squares and rhombuses share?

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A parallelogram is a quadrilateral, which has 2 pair of parallel sides. Squares, rhombuses and rectangles are special cases of parallelograms.

Rhombuses always have 4 equal sides, trapezoids do not.

Rhombuses whose acute angles are 3 degrees would be one subset.

I'm not sure exactly what your question is, but the squares of 4 and 5 do have this property (and are the only perfect squares that do).

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A parallelogram is a quadrilateral, which has 2 pair of parallel sides. Squares, rhombuses and rectangles are special cases of parallelograms.

Rhombuses always have 4 equal sides, trapezoids do not.

Rhombuses whose acute angles are 3 degrees would be one subset.

Their share becomes a part of their estate.

Yes you can unless its some one's property

I'm not sure exactly what your question is, but the squares of 4 and 5 do have this property (and are the only perfect squares that do).

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Yes. To be a trapezoid, a quadrilateral must have one pair of sides that are parallel. Since rhombuses are parallelograms, they are all also trapezoids, so a subset of trapezoids are rhombuses.

3 blue rhombuses cover one yellow hexagon.

3 rhombuses will fit into one Hexagon...so it would be 20x3

The correct answer is a rhombus. A square has equal sides and equal angles, but a parallelogram does not intrinsically need to have equal angles. All squares are rhombuses, but not all rhombuses are squares.

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