Question 1,3 and 4 by Jonathan Soh Wei Ping

Question 1:


A square is a rhombus because a rhombus and squares has parallel sides. A rhombus is not a square as squares have 4 right angles and a rhombus does not.


Question 3:


I think the answer is a trapezium since it has fulfilled all the requirements. Since it has a pair of opposite sides equal in length and the other pair not equal in length and a pair of opposite angles that are supplementary.


Question 4:


No, not all parallelograms are squares. Squares CAN be parallelograms but rhombuses CAN also be parallelograms. But since rhombuses are not squares, the statement is false.

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