What is the difference between a square and rhombus?

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There are several differences between a square and a rhombus. A square and a rhombus are parallelograms. A square is symmetrical and perpendicular. It has four equal sides with 90 degree right angles. A rhombus does not have perpendicular sides or right angles. All of the sides are of equal length, but only the angles that are opposite of each other have the same measurements. A rhombus looks like a diamond shape or a spinning top.
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