It is a rectangle or a square.
This description is of a rectangle, of which a square is a special instance.
The definition of a rectangle: A figure that has 4 right angles, has congruent diagonals that bisect, has 2 pairs of parallel sides, and has 2 pairs of opposite congruent angles. A square has all of the above, and thus, is a rectangle by definition.
A square can be classified as a rectangle and rhombus because a rectangle is a figure with two pairs of parallel sides and all angles congruent. A rhombus is a square just turned. In conclusion, yes.
It is a cylinder.
a regular hexagon... it has to be regular to have the 6 sides congruent.
a figure that has 2 sets of congruent sides
Any similar rectangle (with the same proportions).
Another rectangle with the same length/width proportions.
A parallelogram has two sets of congruent parallel sides.
If the diagonals are cong. then the figure is a rectangle.
A regular hexagon.
The figure would be a prism. However, congruent polygons in parallel planes are called bases.
False. The sides can be congruent, parallel or both.
A square or a rectangle.
If both sides are parallel, the figure can be a square, rectangle, rhombus, or parallelogram. If only one side is parallel, the figure can be a trapezoid, or isosceles trapezoid. In Britain, trapezoids are called trapeziums.