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is this a parallelogram and square ill draw the shape ? is this a parallelogram and square ill draw the shape ? @Mathematics

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    so if those angles are 90 grade so than this is square

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    if not are 90 grade than this is parallelogram

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    those opposide sides are parallel and equales

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    all sides are equal so its a square!

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    what about the angles? no info? It's not a square unless we know the angles

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    Blanca, Its a square.

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    This would be a square|dw:1320957092482:dw|

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    without angles it may be a rhombus @giggles you are just plain wrong, look at what jhonyy and I are saying!

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    @turing test you have measurements if you do so you can you an inverse trig function and get angles. LOL

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    is this a square giggles|dw:1320957215703:dw| I don't think so. retake geometry

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    yeah I thought so... just leave giggles you are confusing the students

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    ???

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    anyway blanca, listen to jhonyy and I. You need angles to determine if this is a square or not. If your drawing is all there is with no angle info the answer is: A PARALLELLOGRAM

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    I promise

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