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Q: A square is always a parallelogram
A: True. Parallelogram means both sets of sides are parallel and in a square they have to be or else it wouldn't be a square if both sets of sides were not parallel.
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User: You can use the triangle inequality theorem to determine if side lengths create a right triangle

User: A square is always a parallelogram

Weegy: True. Parallelogram means both sets of sides are parallel and in a square they have to be or else it wouldn't be a square if both sets of sides were not parallel.
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User: A convex polygon looks like it collapsed or has indentations

Weegy: True.
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User: If the measure of a central angle is 76°, then what is the measure of the arc it creates

Weegy: 76? is the measure of the arc that the central angle creates.
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User: A rectangle has a perimeter of 22 inches and an area of 24 square inches. Which of the following could be its dimensions

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