SST Class 107 MathsBlog
Friday, August 13, 2010
Question 1 by Liau Zheng En
I agree with the statement.
A square is a rhombus as all of its sides are equal and the sum of
supplementary angles is 180°. But the rhombus is not a square as the angle of a rhombus is not always a right angle. The angle of a rhombus may differ.
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