### Question 1,2 and 4 - Shamemi

Question 1 : Yes, the statement is justified.

A square has 4 equal sides and it has 2 pairs of parallel sides, just like a rhombus. However, a rhombus need not be a square. The internal angle of both a square and a rhombus is the same,360°,but, a square's sides are all of angle 90°,unlike a rhombus where 2 sides are the same,but another 2 sides are different.Which means that not all the sides are of the same angle.

Question 2 : D

Both a square and a parallelogram have 4 sides, which make them an quadrilaterals.

Both a square and a parallelogram have opposite sides that are parallel. The top and bottom side,and as well as the left and right side of both a square and parallelogram are parallel.

A trapezoid only has one pair of parallel lines because the other two lines are not parallel. Thus it only has 1 pair.

Question 4 :

I do not agree with this statement.Not all parallelograms are squares as all the angles of a square are 90° but not all sides of the parallelograms are 90°.

#### 1 comment:

1. Hi sharmemi
Question 1:
Pls clarify when you said unlike rhombi where two sides are the same and two sides are different, what do you mean by different? Is it the length or something else?