Q: What quadrilaterals must have all four sides of the equal length?

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A square and a rhombus both are quadrilaterals that have sides that are the same length.

Simpy, some do and some don't. Quadrilaterals are any four sided figure. A square has all four sides equal, while a rectangle and a trapazoid have 2 sets of equal sides.

No but they are 4 sided quadrilaterals.

Any quadrilateral qualifies as long as it is neither an equilateral trapezoid nor a rhombus. (That includes not a square.)

Quadrilaterals are polygons with four sides. Triangles are polygons with three sides.

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The only quadrilaterals that have all sides an equal length are a square abd a rhombus.

They are both quadrilaterals having four sides of equal length.

No. A quadrilateral is any four-sided figure. The sides do not have to be of equal length, and the angles do not have to be right angles. So, all squares are quadrilaterals because they have four sides), but not all quadrilaterals are squares.

A square and a rhombus both are quadrilaterals that have sides that are the same length.

First of all, quadrilaterals are just shapes with 4 sides! The word "quadrilateral" comes from the Spanish word "cuatro" which means four. One shape that has all sides equal length and is a quadrilateral is a square. Another one is a rhombus. Because it has 4 equal sides that are the same length. That easy! I hope this helps!

A rhombus and kite are different quadrilaterals. All four sides of a rhombus are of equal length: this is not necessary for a kite.

Simpy, some do and some don't. Quadrilaterals are any four sided figure. A square has all four sides equal, while a rectangle and a trapazoid have 2 sets of equal sides.

A Square has four equal length sides

No but they are 4 sided quadrilaterals.

A square has four equal length sides, a rectangle is a four sided shape with potentially different length sides --------------------- A rectangle can have sides of at most two different lengths and opposite sides must be equal. Also, both have four right angles, both have diagonals of equal length that bisect one another. Both (by virtue of being right angled) are cyclic quadrilaterals.

No but they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals * * * * * Also, both have all four sides of equal length. And, the word is a rhombus, not rhumbos!

Any quadrilateral qualifies as long as it is neither an equilateral trapezoid nor a rhombus. (That includes not a square.)