What Are Shapes That Are Not Parallelograms?


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Ashton Lynn Profile
Ashton Lynn answered

All other shapes that exist. Ovals, cones, cubes, hexagons, etc. Plenty of them. I found the full list here where I write my essay for me on Logic and Journalism. They have a good choice of samples for Physics and Chemistry too.

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Sasha Petrov
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Parallelograms are shapes that have four sides with two pairs of sides that are parallel. The four shapes that meet the requirements of a parallelogram are square, rectangle, rhombus, and rhomboid. A rhombus looks like a slanted square, and a rhomboid looks like a slanted rectangle. I would like to advice you visit this site If you need to solve your homework fast.
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Oddman answered
Circles, triangles, pentagons, stars, outlines of any natural objects, ...

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