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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A lawn has four sides. There are brick laid paths along the diagonals of the lawn. One path is longer than the other. The paths bisect each other. What is the shape of the lawn? square
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right - i'll have to think about this one
iys not a square or rectangle the diagonals are same length
a trapezium - no
must be a parallelogram