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warningiflirt

  • 2 years ago

what are two similarities and differences between a rhombus and a square?

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  2. warningiflirt
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    i have a rhombus and a square have all 4 sides congruent and both a rhombus and a square have diagonals that bisect the angles also they are both quadrilaterals. but i need help on differences

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    different diagonal lengths

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    @calculusxy Hmm, You Sure Attempted To Help This Person On Their Work ... Wow I See How It Is! GOODBYE.

  7. dan815
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    there are so many things u can say about similiarities and differences

  8. calculusxy
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    Well a square is actually the same thing as a rhombus. A square and a rhombus has four equal sides (quadrilateral) and are parallelograms. However, a rhombus has one pair of acute and the other pair obtuse angles. While a square has all equal angles of 90 degrees.

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    Also a square has all sides symmetrical and the rhombus doesn't have symmetrical sides.

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  11. dan815
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    the diagonals for both square and rhombus form 2 isosceles triangles

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    theres just too many things u can say aabout squares and rhombuses

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