a congruent shape HAS TO HAVE ALL CONGRUENT ANGLES OR IT WOULDNT BE A CONGRUENT sHAPE
In all parallelograms, opposite angles and opposite sides are congruent. If all four sides are congruent, it's a rhombus. If all four angles are congruent, it's a rectangle. If all four sides and all four angles are congruent, it's a square.
A shape that has four straight sides and four angles is defined as a quadrilateral. If all four angles are right angles, it is a rectangle, and if all four sides are congruent, it is a square.
It is a square
A regular polygon has all congruent angles such as a square or an equilateral triangle
All figures with four congruent sides are rhombuses. All figures with four congruent angles are rectangles. Any shape that is both a rhombus and a rectangle is a square.
Um, I'm not sure what that is soposed to mean, but if this helps, in a shape, not all angles are congruent unless they are all the same size and shape.
The quadrilaterals with all angles congruent are rectangles and squares. They are the only quadrilaterals in which all four angles are right angles.
A square or a rectangle perhaps?
A rhombus is a parallelogram with all four sides congruent to each other with no right angles. A square is a parallelogram with four congruent sides and four right angles.
All rhombuses have two pairs of congruent angles (opposite angles are congruent to one another - a square is a special case type of rhombus in which all four angles are congruent).
YesIt does in fact it has all four right angles.