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Which is the most precise name of this figure? 1. parallelogram 2. rhombus 3. rectangle 4. square Which of the following conditions or set of conditions is sufficient for a parallelogram to be a square? 1. Diagonals are perpendicular, and diagonals are congruent. 2. Diagonals are congruent. 3. All sides are congruent. 4. The length of a diagonal is equal to the length of a side.

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this is the figure for question 1.
It looks like a square to me.
parallelogram

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Thats what I thought I just wasn't sure
so its a parallelogram?
Yea because the length aren't the same
Oh yeah! I got it now can you help me with the other one?
I'm not too sure if its A or C
I think it is actually a
But squares must have 90 degree angles
Yea its A,
Well thanks for the help :)
No problem
The diagonal is bisectng the angles equally...so i think it is rhombus
@sumanth4phy was right 1. b 2. b

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