Parallelograms – Geometry
Parallelograms – Geometry

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Which statement is false?
0 All squares are rectangles
All rhombuses are squares
All squares are parallelograms All rhombuses are parallelograms

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Which statement is false? All squares are quadrilaterals. I a quadrilateral is a parallelogram; then it is a rectangle: If a quadrilateral is & square, then it is & d_ parallelogram All squares are parallelograms

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Which statement is true?A. All squares are rectangles.B. All quadrilaterals are rectangles.C. All parallelograms are rectangles.D. All rectangles are squares.

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Which statement about quadrilaterals is not always true? A square is a rhombus parallelogram is a square. A rectangle is a parallelogram parallelogram is not a trapezoid. Choose the correct answer below0A. A square is a rhombus OB. parallelogram is not a trapezoid parallelogram is a square D. A rectangle is a parallelogram

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Which statement about parallelograms is always true?The diagonals are congruent:The diagonals bisect each other.The diagonals are perpendicular:The diagonals bisect their respective angles

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Determine whether each statement is true or false.All regular quadrilaterals are squares.

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To determine which statement is false, we should understand how they’re all related to each other. So parallelograms are quadrilaterals whose opposite sides are parallel, and within parallelograms, some of them are rectangles if the opposite sides are congruent, and some are… actually, it’s not opposite sides congruent there, because that’s true of all parallelograms, if it’s four right angles, or a rhombus if it’s four equal sides. And squares are when it’s four right angles and four equal sides. So to determine which…