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posted by Don .
suppose that you know that a given parallelogram has at least one right angle and at least two adjacent sides that sre congruent. Can you make a conclusion about what kind of parallelogram this is?
I say no because it can be a square or a rectangle.

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PsyDAG
I would agree.
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