**Q1**

**A**

*Square*is a*Rhombus*as a*Square*has all the properties that a*Rhombus*has, two pairs of equal sides that are parallel to each other and that all sides are of equal length . However, all the angles in a*Square*are right angles (90 degrees). While in a*Rhombus,*the angles in it are not right angles (90 degrees). Thus, it can be said that a*Square*is a*Rhombus*but a*Rhombus*is not a*Square*.

**Q2**

**All of the statements are correct.***Squares*and*Parallelograms*are quadrilaterals as they both have 4 sides each. Opposite sides of*Squares*and a*Parallelograms*are parallel as the two lines never meet even if they go on forever.

**Q4**

**No, I**

**do not**agree with this statement.*Parallelograms***do not**have 4 equal sides, which is a property of a square. This alone makes it impossible for**all***Parallelograms*to be a square. Unless it is a*Parallelogram*which has 4 equal sides, in which the shape would be called a*Rhombus*instead of a*Parallelogram.*
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