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Q: Is it true a square is always a rectangle?

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A square is always a rectangle, but it is a rectangle that isn't a square.

A square is always a rectangle, but it is a rectangle that isn't a square.

A square is always a rectangle, but it is a rectangle that isn't a square.

A square is a rectangle even through a rectangle is not always a square.

A square is always a rectangle. A rectangle can sometimes be a square

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

A square is always a rectangle. A rectangle is not always a square. And both are quadrilaterals.

A square is a rectangle that just happens to have all its sides of equal length. That is the only instance in which a rectangle is a square, so no. A rectangle is not always a square.

The definition of a rectangle is a quadrilateral with four 90 degree angles, which is not always a square. The definition of a square is a quadrilateral with four 90 degree angles and all sides congruent, which is always a rectangle.

True, a square can be classified as a rectangle - a rectangle must have 4 - 90° angles and it CAN have 4 equal sides. A rectangle cannot be classified as a square.

Rectangles do not have congruent lines. A square can always be called a rectangle. But a rectangle can't always be a square.

Yes a Square is always a Rectangle because both have congruent angles.

A square is always a rectangle but remember, A square is all the quads but the quads are never a square

A square is always a rectangle, but a rectangle is not always a square. A square is a special rectangle that has all 4 sides the same length.

it is possible to draw a square that is a rectangle?

A rectangle is sometimes a square, but not always. When it is, it's also a rhombus. A rhombus is sometimes a square, but not always. When it is, it's also a rectangle. A square is always a rhombus and always a rectangle. Rectangles, rhombera, and squares are always parallelograms and quadrilaterals.

Both statements are not always true. A square is a rectangle (a shape four sides and four corners which are all right angles) but a rectangle is not necessarily a square (a shape with four equal sides and four corners that are all right angles).

No. "The lengths of adjacent sides can be different." True for a rectangle, not true for a square.

The simple answer is that a rectangle IS NOT always a square. A square is always a rectangle, though, because it has 4 corner angles of 90 degrees, and opposite sides are parallel and equal in length.

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Yes, but a rectangle is not always a square.

A square has all the properties of a rectangle and rhombus. (A square is always a rectangle.) A rectangle is not always a square but is always a parallelogram. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral (four sided figure) with both pairs of opposite sides are parallel. A rectangle is a quadrilateral with four right angles.

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The answer is no, if a rectangle's sides were congruent, it would be a square not a rectangle.

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