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The fundamental difference between a rhombus and a square is that the sum of adjacent angles is supplementary in a square and not in a rhombus.


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Congruent only.

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B

Parallel only.

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The correct option is B

Parallel only.


Adjacent angles are supplementary in both square and rhombus. The fundamental difference between them is that all the angles in a square is 90 but not in a rhombus.

The similarity is that they have all their sides equal.


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