Q: What is a rectangle with equal length and wide?

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A square (a by a) and a rectangle (a by b) can have sides that are of equal length.

Yes they are equal in length

Any multiple of 20 that is greater than 400. If the multiple is 400 or fewer then the length of the rectangle will be less than (or equal to) its width which contradicts the definition of the length as the longer side of a rectangle.

The width and the length are independent. You can have a very long rectangle which is very wide or not wide at all. They are related when it comes to calculating area or perimeter of the rectangle. Perhaps that is what you meant?

A rectangle having all four sides as an equal single length is a square.

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A square (a by a) and a rectangle (a by b) can have sides that are of equal length.

Yes they are equal in length

No, a rectangle has opposite side which are equal in length.

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15 feet.

Any multiple of 20 that is greater than 400. If the multiple is 400 or fewer then the length of the rectangle will be less than (or equal to) its width which contradicts the definition of the length as the longer side of a rectangle.

A rectangle!

Yes A parallelogram has opposite sides parallel and equal in length. Does a rectangle have opposite sides parallel and equal in length? Yes Thus a rectangle is a parallelogram.

The width and the length are independent. You can have a very long rectangle which is very wide or not wide at all. They are related when it comes to calculating area or perimeter of the rectangle. Perhaps that is what you meant?

If a rectangle has its length equal to its width, then all four sides are of equal length and it is a square.

The length of the rectangle way not be equal to the width.

A rectangle having all four sides as an equal single length is a square.