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Q: How many different rectangles having an area of 81 square centimeters can you draw if the length and width have an integral value?

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no some rectangles cannot be similar. a rectangle is a shape with 2 = sides and then 2 more different = sides. it is impossible because if 2 rectangles were similar than that would not be a rectangle. similar means having corresponding sides no it is not possible

Rectangles are not squares. The reason to this is because squares must have sides of equal lengths. Rectangles are quadrilaterals with sides that join to make 90 degree angles, but are not restricted to having the same length. Therefore "all squares are rectangles", but rectangles cannot be squares.

No, quardrilateral means a shape having four sides, and triangle means a shape having 3 sides so no quardilateral is triangle * * * * * True, but the question had nothing to do with triangles! A kite or a rhombus are quadrilaterals but they are not rectangles. So, although some quadrilaterals are rectangles, not all are.

No, because there are two groups of integral proteins, one being Transmembrane proteins and the other beingIntegral monotopic proteins, with each of these having different features and characteristics making them look different. ---- This website was used as a source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integral_membrane_protein

Depends what you are drawing on.

They are all polygons having their own particular properties

Anything having length.

It is a scalene triangle having 3 unequal sides

Rectangles are always 4 sided quadrilaterals having 4 interior right angles of 90 degrees and two pairs of opposite parallel lines of different lengths

It varies, obviously, different adults having different heights. Typical values might be between about 160 and 180 centimeters; but there are extreme cases outside this range, too.

a prism.

A geometric shape (paralellogram) having four right angles. Oddly, the word rectangle comes from the Latin rectangulum, meaning a triangle having a right angle.

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