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# Seeing Parallelograms

**Therefore a rectangle is a parallelogram.**
**Therefore a rhombus is a parallelogram.**
**Therefore a square is a rectangle and a parallelogram.**

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You may want to play Seeing Squares before having a go at this game.

Please be aware that there are special parallelograms which you will know by other names...

Here is a collection of parallelograms, one of which is also a rectangle.

Here is a collection of parallelograms, one of which is also a rhombus.

Here is a collection of rectangles, one of which is also a square.