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Two pairs of touching sides are the same length. The diagonals meet at right angles. Opposite sides are not parallel.
The diagonals bisect each other, but are different lengths. The diagonals do not meet at right angles. Angles are not right angles.
Please could someone explain this, as I don't understand.
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