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Depending on how far you fold the corners, you may end up with a smaller square/diamond, or an irregular octagon.

Q: What shape will you get when you fold the corners of a square?

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All square corners are congruent.

circle: no corner triangle: 3 corners rectangle and square:4 corners pentagon:5 corners

A square or quadrilateral.

A Square

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That fold has a name of the Blintz fold.

square

A circle.

The shape is a square.

the vertices are the corners to the shape, so you count the corners to whatever shape.

First squash the hat down so its a square. Then fold up the two bottom corners of the square. Then pop the square out like you did to make the hat. Grip the two corners at the top and pull it out. You will have a triangle in the boat and the boat is the shape of a Rombus (is that right? Is it a trapezoid?) ?

All square corners are congruent.

a square of course

NO! Then it wouldn't be a square! It would be another shape, definetely not a square!

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circle: no corner triangle: 3 corners rectangle and square:4 corners pentagon:5 corners

a square a right angle is the L shape at the four corners of the square