Q: Are all quadilaterals square

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Yes.

There are 2 and they are a square and a rhombus

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any geometric figure which has four sides

Well, a quadrilateral automatically has 4 sides and 4 angles that equal 360 degrees. Past that, a quadrilateral can be anything at all!

rhombus

how many sides convex quadilaterals have

By bisecting , we mean cutting into half. So , when the diagonals bisect each other , they then are actually dividing each other into two equal halves. For example , like in quadilaterals , (perhaps parallelograms) , like square,rectangle,rhombus , etc.

A square rhombus is a square. All squares are rhombi but not all rhombi are squares.

No. All of a square's sides are the same size.

A square can be a rectangle because a rectangle just has to have four sides and they all have to have right angles, which a square does. But a rectangle can never be a square because a square HAS to have ALL EVEN sides with all right angles. A rectangle possibly could not have all even sides.

All except the base, which is a square.