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The shape can only be a rectangle! A rectangle is a four-sided 2-dimentional figure, where every angle is a right angle, opposite sides are parallel, but the 4 sides are NOT equal.

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Q: What two dimensional figure has opposite side parallel and four right angles but not four equal sides?
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