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A square has four equal sides and four equal interior angles of 90 degrees that add up to 360 degrees.

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Only once, there will only be eights parts however you divide it.

a square - an equilateral square a rectangle - an equilateral rectangle

You can draw 10 equal rectangular parts to draw a square. First, draw a square. Then, split into ten equal portions with the dimension either 2 by 5 or 5 by 2. You cannot draw a square with 10 equal squared parts since 10 is not the perfect square. If we don't have the perfect square number of the equal parts, then we are not able to form a square. Actually, you obtain a rectangle.

Edges and vertices.

Each side of the square is a quarter of the square's perimeter.

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Only once, there will only be eights parts however you divide it.

The parts of a square are the vertices or corners and the edges. There are four of each.

The answer depends on ratio of a square to what or between what parts of a square!

A mile is a distance. It has no area, and neither do any of its parts.

with a knife... lol... sorry couldn't help it

a square - an equilateral square a rectangle - an equilateral rectangle

Draw a + then an X.....then you divided a square into 8 equal parts in one way.

You can draw 10 equal rectangular parts to draw a square. First, draw a square. Then, split into ten equal portions with the dimension either 2 by 5 or 5 by 2. You cannot draw a square with 10 equal squared parts since 10 is not the perfect square. If we don't have the perfect square number of the equal parts, then we are not able to form a square. Actually, you obtain a rectangle.

It is a rhombus because little parts of a rhombus is square

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Edges and vertices.