Every square is a rectangle, a rhombus, a parallelogram, a quadrilateral, and a polygon because a square is a special case of each of these more general 2-dimensional figures. A square has four sides, each of equal length, and all four corners are right angles. * Any multi-sided structure is a polygon, so a square is one. * Any polygon that has four sides is a quadrilateral, so a square is one. * Any quadrilateral with at least two sides that are parallel to each other is a parallelogram, so a square is one. * Any parallelogram in which both sets of opposing sides are parallel to each other is a rhombus, so a square is one. * Any rhombus where all four corners are right angles is a rectangle, so a square is one. * Any rectangle where all four sides are the same length is a square.
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An equilateral polygon is a polygon whose sides are all of the same measure. An equiangular polygon is a polygon whose angles are all of the same measure. A triangle is the only polygon where these two are effectively one and the same.. But it does not apply to polygons of 4 or more sides. A square and rhombus are equilateral but a rhombus is not equiangular. A square and rectangle are equiangular but a rectangle is not equilateral. This can be extended to all polygons with more than 4 sides but it is more difficult because they do not have distinctive names.
A rectangle (or square).
In general no, but in one specific special case yes. A rhombus is a quadrilateral in which all four sides are of equal length. A square is a special case of a rhombus in which all four angles are equals (to 90°). A rectangle is a quadrilateral in which all four angles are equal (to 90°) and opposite sides are equal in length A square is a special case of a rectangle in which all four sides are equal in length. Thus the only rectangle that can be a rhombus is the special case when a rectangle is a square (which is also a rhombus).
Yes, in any of the following: -- parallelogram -- rhombus -- trapezoid -- rectangle -- square -- any regular polygon with an even number of sides
a quadrilateral such as a square, rhombus, or rectangle
The area of the rhombus is 40 square feet. To see why, Draw a rectangle encompassing the rhombus with sides parallel to the rhombus' diagonals. The rectangle has dimensions 10 ft X 8 ft = 80 square ft. Using the diagonals as dividers, each quarter of the rectangle is divided into 2 by one of the rhombus' sides. Thus the area of the rhombus is exactly half that of the encompassing rectangle.
A rhombus is a rectangle when one of its angles is a right angle.(Actually, a rectangle has 4 right angles. But you only have to prove that yourrhombus has one of them for sure, because then it turns out that it must havefour of them.)(Also, before you get all upset because a rhombus with right angles is actuallya square, we're aware of that too. Technically, a square is a special kind ofparallelogram, rhombus and rectangle too.)