A rectangle has 4 edges (also called vertices).
A rhombus, rectangle or square.
The rectangle which is equilateral is called as square.
no, but a square can be called a rectangle.
It is called a rectangle!
they dont have to be they can be different A rectangle with all sides the same length can also be called a square.
Yes. There is a shape that has all the properties of a rectangle and all the properties of a rhombus at the same time. It is called a square.
What is a squashed rectangle called
I am squarea squarea rectangle with all sides the same lengthAlso called a square
A rectangle can be called a square but a square can not be called a rectangle
it means that a square is not a rectangle
A rhombus satisfies this. Also a rectangle. And a square (which is both a rhombus and a rectangle). There may be others.
'Right parallelogram', also called 'rectangle'.
Half a square is called a rectangle or a triangle.
A figure with four right angles is called a rectangle. A specific type of rectangle in which all the sides are of equal length is called a square.
They are what makes it a rectangle. The rectangle is a special kind of parallelogram. The perpendicular lines cause it to be called a rectangle.
A rhombus can be a rectangle if it is a square.
the total distance around the rectangle called is perimeter
in volleyball there are parallel lines that are included also the net is a shape of a rectangle
A parallelegram is a kind of shape in which the sets of lines are parallel to each other, such as in the case of a rectangle. Squares and rhombi are also examples of parallelograms. Triangles and circles are examples of shapes that are not parallelograms.
What I mean is, a rectangle where none of the sides are the same. Like a Scalene triangle, but with a rectangle.