Q: Does a rectangle bisect or intersect?

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The diagonals will not always bisect opposite angles in the rectangle.

Yes.

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Yes. Because the diagonals are perpendicular to each other and intersect at their midpoints, they bisect each other.

Congruent and they bisect each other too.

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Yes it does - they bisect each other at the exact centre of the rectangle.

The diagonals of a rectangle bisect the angles only if the rectangle is a square.

No, but in a square they do bisect the angles

Diagonals never bisect sides. They join the ends of sides.In a rectangle, the diagonals always bisect each other.

Yes, they are perpendicular and intersect at their midpoints. The difference between diagonals in a rhombus as opposed to a rectangle or square is that the diagonals are not of equal length.

The diagonals will not always bisect opposite angles in a rectangle.

Not unless the rectangle is square.

No, a rectangle's diagonals do not bisect opposite angles.

The diagonals of a rectangle are congruent and they bisect each other.

The diagonals will not always bisect opposite angles in the rectangle.

No but the diagonals of a square bisect each other at right angles

The diagonals will not always bisect opposite angles in the rectangle.