Answer :

The criteria required for a quadrilateral to become Rhombus is:


The lengths of all sides are equal.


The opposite sides need to be parallel.


The adjacent angles are need to be complimentary.


The diagonals bisect each other.


Each diagonal bisects the Rhombus into congruent triangles.


The opposite angles are need to be equal.


The criteria required for a quadrilateral to become Parallelogram is:


The lengths of opposite sides are to be equal.


The opposite sides need to be parallel.


The adjacent angles are need to be supplementary.


The diagonals bisect each other.


Each diagonal bisects the Parallelogram into congruent triangles.


The angles of the opposite vertices are needed to be equal.


From the above statements, we can clearly say that the Rhombus meets the criteria of Parallelogram. So, we can clearly say that


A rhombus is a Parallelogram.


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