Math and Arithmetic

# How do you no if you shape is a squre?

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A square will have 4 sides that are all the same length, and 4 angles that are 90 degrees each. Other shapes will have 4 sides, but they may be of different lengths. Other shapes will have 4 equal sides, but not 4 angles of 90 degrees.

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it would have four sides

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## Related Questions

the answer is a semmi squre i had this for homwork in yr 6

as shape with four sides is generally a squre but a group of shapes with four sides are called quadrelaterals

Yes because quadrilateral means four sided shape an a square has four sides!

a plant cell is more squre and an animal cell is more round

There are no such words as opist, squre or rute. Please check you spelling and resubmit.

A squre has none. A square, on the other hand, has two pairs.

Assuming that a squre parimid is your way of spelling square pyramid, the answer is 5.

Assuming squre is supposed to be square. How many squre metres in a kilometre? 1,000. Right? The area of a squre is? A x B. Right? So that's 1,000 x 1,000. Right? Which is? 1 million squre metres. Right? It's not rocket science. How old are you? 3!

It is not a perfect square.

Nothing - since there is no such word as "vertic".

No, 50 is not a perfect square.

A square is a special kind of parallelogram.

4x-x^2 \ 2-square root 2 multiply 2+squre root x\ 2+squreroot x = 4x-x^2 (2+squre root x) \ 4_x = x(4-x) (2+squre root x) \ 4-x we will cancel the (4-x) so it will be x(2+squre root x) = (0) (2+squre root 0) =0

4m The apothem is the distance from the center of the shape to the middle of one of the sides. A square of area 64m has sides of 8m (8*8 = 64).

64 is a perfect square number.

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