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Hello sir

Sir sqaure also has four equal sides and rombhus also has 4 equal sides then what is the difference between them.

Hi Apsara meti,

Both a square and a rhombus are quadrilaterals. A square must have four equal sides and four equal angles; the angles are necessarily right angles. A rhombus need only have four equal sides. As a result, every square is also a rhombus. However, not every rhombus is a square.

Thanks for asking,

Azeem

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