Math and Arithmetic

# Is every rectangle a square using counterexample?

Every square is a rectangle, but not every rectangle is a square.

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YesUsing the mathematical definitions, a rectangle can sometimes be a rhombus if it is a square. A square is both a rectangle and a rhombus.However, in everyday parlance, some people may consider that a square is not a rectangle or a rhombus.

A rectangle is a shape which has all inner angles equal to 90 degrees. A square is A RECTANGLE that has all sides of the same size. Therefore, using informatical slang, SQUARE INHERITS RECTANGLE.

The answer depends on what your criterion for deciding what is "largest". Any rectangle will have an area of 47916 square feet. Its perimeter can be infinitely large.

Not really. All 4 sides of a rectangle are not the same (unless it is a square)

Hold the SHIFT key down when inserting the shape.

Using Pythagoras the length of the diagonal in the rectangle is the square root of 149 or just over 12 cm

One thing that can be calculated using a Square Footage Calculator is the Length and Width of a Rectangle, Circle, Square or Triangle. This comes in handy for calculating room sizes.

4,3Improved Answer:-The dimensions work out as: 2.358898944 and 6.358898944 inches using the quadratic equation formula

The area of a rectangle is found by using the formula A=LxW (Area equals length times width)The area of a rectangle is calculated by multiplying the length by the width - the result is square measure. A rectangle 6 inches by 8 inches would be 48 square inches in area. (6x8=48)ExampleA=LxWA=4x5A=20

The two triangles would make either a square or a rectangle.

Yes - if such a counterexample can be found. However, using only the Euclidean axioms and logical arguments, it can be proven that the angles of a triangle in a Euclidean plane must add to 180 degrees. Consequently, a counterexample within this geometry cannot exist.

A rectangle is a geometric shape.Most houses are in the shape of a rectangle.

Using Pythagoras; theorem the diagonal of the rectangle is 5 times square root of 65 or about 40 feet

By using the fact that opposite sides of a rectangle have the same length.By using the fact that opposite sides of a rectangle have the same length.By using the fact that opposite sides of a rectangle have the same length.By using the fact that opposite sides of a rectangle have the same length.

You can make a rectangle by using two squares

There is no such square with the given dimensions but if you mean the diagonal of a rectangle then by using Pythagoras' theorem it works out as 8 times the square root of 13

If you use A4 paper (rather than letter size) you are using it. every day.

1 square metre, every time! Unless you like using obsolete measurement units.

You can make three rectangles. Remember that a square can also be a rectangle.5x14x23x3

area of what? circle is pie times the radius squared, rectangle is base times height, and a square is the side squared

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