Arithmetic
Associative Property
Averages
Brackets
Closure Property
Commutative Property
Conversion of Measurement Units
Cube Root
Decimal
Divisibility Principles
Equality
Exponents
Factors
Fractions
Fundamental Operations
H.C.F / G.C.D
Integers
L.C.M
Multiples
Multiplicative Identity
Multiplicative Inverse
Numbers
Percentages
Profit and Loss
Ratio and Proportion
Simple Interest
Square Root
Unitary Method
Algebra
Algebraic Equation
Algebraic Expression
Cartesian System
Linear Equations
Order Relation
Polynomials
Probability
Standard Identities & their applications
Transpose
Geometry
Basic Geometrical Terms
Circle
Curves
Angles
Define Line, Line Segment and Rays
Non-Collinear Points
Parallelogram
Rectangle
Rhombus
Square
Three dimensional object
Trapezium
Triangle
Trigonometry
Trigonometry Ratios
Data-Handling
Arithmetic Mean
Frequency Distribution Table
Graphs
Median
Mode
Range

Solved Problems
Home >> Parallelogram >> Difference & Similarity between Rectangle & Parallelogram >>

## Difference & Similarity between Rectangle & Parallelogram

 Area of Parallelogram Opposite Angles of Parallelogram Adjacent Angles of Parallelogram Diagonal Of Parallelogram Difference & Similarity between Rectangle & Parallelogram Difference & Similarity between Square & Parallelogram Difference & Similarity between Square, Rectangle & Parallelogram Properties of Parallelogram

RectangleParallelogram
• A rectangle is also a quadrilateral
• A parallelogram is also a quadrilateral
• Opposite sides of rectangle are parallel to each other
• Opposite sides of parallelogram are also parallel to each other
• Opposite angles of rectangle are equal
• opposite angles of parallelogram are also equal
• Adjacent angles of rectangle are supplementary
• Adjacent angles of parallelogram are also supplementary
• Diagonals of rectangle bisect each other
• Diagonals of parallelogram also bisect each other
• Opposite sides of rectangle are of equal length
• Opposite sides of parallelogram are also of equal length
• All angles of a Rectangle are also of 90 Degree each i.e. right angled at each vertex
• Angles of parallelogram can be of different degree
• Diagonals of Rectangle are of equal length
• Diagonals of parallelogram are not of equal length

• Hence, you can observe that there 6 similarities between a Rectangle and a Parallelogram.The highlighted part is the difference between a Rectangle and a Parallelogram.