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OpenStudy (anonymous):

are squares rhombi?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yes

OpenStudy (anonymous):

always?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yes ....... main condition for a parallelogram to be a rhombus is the digonals must intersect each other at (90) degree

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yeahhh

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Or, as it relates to a square, a rhombus must have all 4 sides equal in length...but not neccesarily with equal angles. A square has the sides *and* angles equal.

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