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Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.

Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.

Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.

Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.

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Is a parallelogram regular polygon?

no


Is a parallelogram a regular or irregular polygon?

A 4 sided parallelogram is an irregular polygon


Is a parallelogram a irregular or a regular?

A 4 sided parallelogram is an irregular polygon


Is a parallelogram a regular polygon?

sometimes, a square is a parallelogram and it has all equal sides


Is a polygon that has opposite sides that are parallel always a regular polygon?

No. A parallelogram, for example, is not a regular polygon. Even a rhombus, with parallel sides of equal lengths is not.


Are parallelogram are regular polygons?

No. In a regular polygon, all sides are congruent, and all angles are congruent. A parallelogram doesn't satisfy either of these conditions.No. In a regular polygon, all sides are congruent, and all angles are congruent. A parallelogram doesn't satisfy either of these conditions.No. In a regular polygon, all sides are congruent, and all angles are congruent. A parallelogram doesn't satisfy either of these conditions.No. In a regular polygon, all sides are congruent, and all angles are congruent. A parallelogram doesn't satisfy either of these conditions.


Is parallelogram a polygon?

Yes, a parallelogram is a polygon.


Is a parellelogram a regular polygon?

No, If all angles are equal and all sides are equal, then it is a regular polygon (otherwise it is 'irregular'). In this case, parallelogram is irregular.


What are other names for a 4 sided regular polygon?

A square, a rectangle, a parallelogram.


A square is always an example of what?

A quadrilateral, a parallelogram, a rhombus, a rectangle, a regular polygon.


Why is a parallelogram not a polygon?

A parallelogram IS a polygon so the question is misguided.


Is a parallelogram a irregular polygon?

Yes, a parallelogram is an irregular polygon because its sides and angles are not all the same. For a shape to be a regular polygon it must be equangular (all angles are the same) and equilateral (all sides have the same length).

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