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Q: What is true of a rhombus that is not true of all parallelograms?

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It is a rhombus.

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

No but they are parallelograms.

No, it's not true. A rhombus is a special kind of parallelogram, so only some parallelograms are rhombera.

Yes. All rhombuses are parallelograms, but the reverse is not true. (I.e. there are parallelograms which are rhombuses and there a parallelograms that are not rhombuses. -- Just like Every bus has wheels but not everything with wheels is a bus.)

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It is a rhombus.

Not all parallelograms do but a rhombus does.

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

No but they are parallelograms.

A rectangle, square, rhombus, and rhomboid are all parallelograms.

No, none of them are. But they are all parallelograms.

No, it's not true. A rhombus is a special kind of parallelogram, so only some parallelograms are rhombera.

Yes. All rhombuses are parallelograms, but the reverse is not true. (I.e. there are parallelograms which are rhombuses and there a parallelograms that are not rhombuses. -- Just like Every bus has wheels but not everything with wheels is a bus.)

Some rhombuses can be parallelograms. It all depends on the direction of the sides. A diamond is a rhombus that is not a parallelogram A square is a rhombus that is a parallelogram

Some parallelograms are rhombuses, but all rhombuses are parallelograms. A parallelogram is a rhombus if and only if all of it's sides are the same length.

Yes, all rhombi are parallelograms. A rhombus is, by definition, "a parallelogram in which all of the sides are the same length."

Not at all. An equilateral parallelogram is called a rhombus.

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