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Natalie studied the properties of a square and a rhombus and concluded that a square can be called a rhombus but a rhombus cannot be called a square. Which statement supports her conclusion? The sides in a square must be congruent unlike in a rhombus. The diagonals in a square must be congruent unlike in a rhombus. The opposite sides in a square must be parallel unlike in a rhombus. The diagonals in a square must be perpendicular unlike in a rhombus.

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