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A kite has two pairs of sides of equal lengths.

Opposite sides belong to different pairs.

Q: Are all the sides the same length in a kite shape?

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yes a kite's adjacent angles on the top and bottom are congruent.

a shape that's sides a not the same length and angles are not the same degree

A square or a rhombus

the shape is a regular shape if it has all the same angles and side lengths.

A square. Or an equilateral parallelogram.

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A kite

A kite or arrowhead.

A rhombus has four sides that are all the same length ---------------------------------------- but if you are talking about the geometric shape kite - it is not a rhombus. A kite has two adjacent sides of equal length and the other two sides of equal length. Only a square can be a rhombus.

A rhombus is a shape that somewhat resembles a kite where the opposite sides are the same length.

A kite

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Only a kite shaoe would qualify under the terms set.The kite is a shape similar to a rhombus, except that two adjoining sides are of equal length, and the other two adjoining sides are not the same length as the first two. (It's the "traditional" kite shape we see flying in a breeze where the top two adjoining sides are shorter than the bottom two.)

If a set of equal sides are adjacent, then the quadrilateral is a "kite" shape. If a set of equal sides are opposite, then the quadrilateral is a parallelogram.

yes a kite's adjacent angles on the top and bottom are congruent.