**Question 1:**

A rhombus has to have four sides that are parallel to each other. The sides must also be of the same length.

A square has to have four sides that are parallel to each other and are of same length. The angles of all four corners must be 90 degrees.

Hence, a square is a rhombus as a square has four sides and all parallel to each other and the sides are of the same length but a rhombus is not a square as the rhombus's four corners are not 90 degrees.

**Question 3:**

The figure is a Parallelogram.

It is a parallelogram as the opposite sides is equal in length while the other pair is not.

*Example:*

*One pair is 7.2cm while the other is 5.29.*

The opposite angles are supplementary.

*Example:*

*120.45 degree + 59.55 degree = 180 degree.*

**Question 4:**

**'All parallelograms are squares?' Do you agree with this statement?**

**Justify your answer with example/s.**

I disagree. For example, all females are humans but not all humans are females. For a parallelogram to be a square,it has to have four sides that are parallel to each other and are of same length and the angles of all four corners must be 90 degrees.

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