Sure. It's called a "square"; you can consider the square a special case of a rectangle.
Yes, it would then be called a square.
The fact that all of YOUR sides are equal tells me nothing about what is special about ME, as a rectangle!
no it does not but it has two pairs of parallel lines. A square has all equal sides. A rectangle has 2 pairs of equal sides though!
A square has all sides equal. A rectangle has two sets of equal sides.
No. A rectangle has two pairs of equal sides. A rhombus has all four sides equal.
A square is rectangle with all its sides are equal in length. The rectangle has: (a) opposites sides are parallel. (b) opposite angles are equal
A rectangle having all four sides as an equal single length is a square.
A square is a rectangle, but a rectangle isn't necessarily a square. A square can be thought of as a "special" rectangle, where all sides are equal. The similarity is that all rectangles have 4 angles each of 90o However a Square has 4 sides equal length while a Rectangle has 4 sides with opposite sides of equal length. The clever observer will note that the adjacent sides of a square are equal while the adjacent sides of a rectangle may or may not be equal. yes it is
No. A rectangle has four equal angles, but the sides are not all equal.
The opposite sides of every individual rectangle are equal, but the opposite sides of one rectangle are not necessarily equal to those of another rectangle.
The set of rectangle includes the set of squares (a special rectangle with all equal sides), and the set of rhombus (a special rectangle with equal non parallel sides).
On a square, all four sides are equal in length. A rectangle only has two sets of equal sides.
All four sides of a rhombus are equal, a rectangle has two pairs of opposite sides that are equal. A rhombus has two pairs of opposite angles that are equal, all four angles of a rectangle are equal.
That's a "rhombus". (We know it's not a rectangle, because a rectangle doesn't necessarily have all equal sides.)
A rectangle is not a square,but a square is a rectangle.Explanation:A rectangle is a shape with equal opposite sides.A square is a shape with 4 equal sides.A rectangle is a shape with four sides, and four right angles. Therefore, a square is always a rectangle, but a rectangle is not always a square.All squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares.A rectangle is a square only if all of its sides have the same length.
a rectangle is not a square by a square having parallel sides for all but the rectangle only has one pair of parallel sides * * * * * Actually, a rectangle has two pairs of parallel sides - the same as a square. Where they differ is that a rectangle has two pairs of sides of equal length, but each pair is different from the other. In a square, all four sides are of equal length.
A rectangle is a square when all four of its sides have equal length.
A square is a rectangle. A square is a rectangle with equal sides. A rectangle Has to have 4 right angles (and only 4 corners). A Square has the same definition (4 right angles, and only 4 corners) but all the sides have to be equal. A square is not a rhombus. A rhombus is a parallelogram with equal sides. A parallelogram has to have 4 sides (2 pairs of equal sides.) The equal sides must be parallel. A rhombus has the same definition (4 sides - 2 pairs of equal sides. The equal sides must be parallel.) but all the sides have to be equal lengths.
A parallelogram has opposite sides equal and parallel. A rectangle means the angles are all 90o as well as opposite sides being equal and parallel A rhombus means all sides are equal in length as well as opposite sides being parallel A parallelogram with angles of 90o (also a rectangle) and all sides equal (also a rhombus) is a square.
either square if all the sides are equal in length but if only each 2 sides parallel are equal then it's a rectangle
When all the vertices of a plane quadrilateral are exactly equal to 90 degrees it is is called a rectangle and, if all its sides are of equal length, that rectangle is called a square. So when a plane quadrilateral has all its vertices exactly equal to 90 degrees, but it does not have all its sides equal in length, it must be a rectangle but not a square.
Parallelogram: Four-sided figure with opposite sides parallel.Rectangle: Parallelogram with all interior angles equal.Rhombus: Parallelogram with all sides equal length.Square: Rhombus with all interior angles equal. ORRectangle with all sides equal length.
-- Opposite sides are parallel.-- Opposite sides are equal.-- Angles are all equal.
a square's sides are all equal and can be called a rhombus but a rectangle's sides aren't all equal
A rectangle can't have four equal sides. That previous answer is incorrect. The rhyme "all squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares" can help you. The correct answer is a square.
A rectangle is a plane four sided shape. It has two pairs of parallel sides which meet at right angles. So is a square. The opposite sides of a rectangle are equal but in a square all four sides are equal. So a square is a rectangle but a rectangle is not a square.
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