Justify the statement: ‘A square is a rhombus but a rhombus is not a square’.
- Yes, the statement is correct. The square has 4 sides but it is perpendicular to each other and the side are all equal. Whereby the Rhombus has 4 sides, but it need not be perpendicular to each other. It can be slanted but still called a rhombus.
- Answer: D
a) the square and the parallelogram must both be four sided
b) the square and the parallelogram's each side must be parallel to the one opposite it.
c) a trapezoid must have one parallel side.
Justify the statement: 'All parallelograms are squares?'
- I do not agree with this statement. All parallelograms need not be squares, but squares are one kind of parallelogram. Parallelograms' sides must be parallel to the one opposite it. But it need not be perpendicular like the square. It can be slanted as well.