Yes it is a quadrilateral polygon.
A square is a rectangle and a rectangle is a parallelogram and a parrallelogram.
Opposite angles of a parallelogram are congruent.
That IS a parrallelogram!
Normally four because it's a quadrilateral polygon.
Yes, a square would be a parrallelogram because its opposite sides are equal in length and its a polygon(4 sided shape). Also its a parrallelogram because its opposite sides arn't just equal but they are also both parallel.So, Yes squares are parrallelograms.
A 5 sided shape is a polygon with its name being a pentagon
parallelogram is a special kind of quadrilateral which, in turn, is a special kind of polygon and that is a closed planar figure.
No, a paralellogram is a four-sided polygon which has two sets of parallel lines. A square is a parallelogram, but most parallelograms do not have all equal sides.
There is no simple answer since it depends on their relative sizes, orientation and configuration. Assuming the shapes do not overlap, the result will be a polygon with 6 to 12 sides.
No, a parallelogram is not a parallel.