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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

The grouping method of factoring can still be used when only some of the terms share a common factor A True B False

The sum or difference of p and q is the of the x-term in the trinomial

A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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Is a square a rhombus with 4 equal sides?

No, both shapes have all four sides equal.


Which shapes has four sides and four corners and all four sides are equal?

It is a square as square has 4 sides and all of them are equal. Also it has 4 corners.


How many shapes have all equal side lengths?

Four sides


What other shapes has four sides and they are all equal?

A rhombus is the only shape besides a square that can have equal sides.


How is a sqare similar to a rhombus?

In both shapes, all four sides are of equal length.


What are the similarities for a hexagon with equal sides and a square?

The only similarities between these shapes are that:These shapes have all congruent interior anglesObviously, the shapes are regular and have equal sides.


Can a square be a quadilateral?

yes, all shapes with four sides are quadrilaterals - a square is a special case with all sides equal and all angles 90 degrees


What shapes have all equal opposite sides?

A square


What are all shapes of quadrangle?

All quadrilaterals have four sides.


What shapes has got all the same sides?

A regular polygon has all sides equal length, and all of the angles are equal.


What are all the regular quadrilaterals?

Shapes with four sides


What is special about a square?

Its all sides r equal. What differentiates a square from other shapes is that it has four sides of equal lengths and four identical interior angles of 90 degrees each. It is unique. The term for all sides being of equal length is equalateral. And the term for all angles being of equal measurement is equalangular.

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