Rectangles do not have congruent lines. A square can always be called a rectangle. But a rectangle can't always be a square.
The answer is no, if a rectangle's sides were congruent, it would be a square not a rectangle.
Square. Congruent means "the same". A rectangle with 4 sides that are the same is a square.
No. A rectangle has opposite sides congruent. If consecutive sides are also congruent, then your rectangle is a square.
"Square. Congruent means "the same". A rectangle with 4 sides that are the same is a square." Plus, it is not a rectangle. It is a polygon. The question should have been stated: What is a polygon with congruent sides?
Regular polygons. A square and rectangle will have congruent (equal length) diagonals.
Correct. A square is a rectangle, a special kind that is 'regular'--all its angles are congruent, and all its sides are congruent.
a rectangle cant be a square but a square can be a rectangle
Square and Rectangle
If they did, then it would be a square. Technically, a square is a rectangle though, so a rectangle can have 4 congruent sides.
Rectangle and square (which is a special kind of rectangle).
Yes. Every rectangle has 4 sides and 4 right angles. A rectangle that has 4 congruent sides is therefore a square.
it means that a square is not a rectangle
A square is a rectangle with every side being congruent to every other side.
Yes a Square is always a Rectangle because both have congruent angles.
A square has all four equilateral sides, whereas a rectangle has two sets opposite sides that are congruent. A rectangle can be a square, but a square can not be a rectangle.
You maybe thinking of a square or a rhombus because a rectangle does not have four congruent sides.
A square has all congruent sides. A rectangle has two pairs of parallel sides.
square and rectangle