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Topic: **Maths homework help angles****Question:**
Please help me to solve the riddle....5 stars Who ever helps me. thanks.
I am a 2-dimensional figure.
I have two pairs of parallel sides.
None of my angles is a right angle.
All my sides are the same length.
What am I ?????

July 16, 2019 / By Baxter

Its a rhombus... because picture this in your mind.. if it tells you that it is 2d then you know its not 3d... so you have completed one step.. Now it says you have 2 pairs of parallel sides. So you have.. / \ none of the angles are right angles, so you check to see what shape has parallel sides, and no angles. And parallel angles are the same length... so your good to go! That's how you know its a rhombus :) Good Luck.

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