Q: How many symmetries of a non square rectangle?

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Any rectangle that does not have all of its sides of equal length will be a non-square rectangle. A square is a special form of rectangle. In a rectangle, all its interior angles are right angles. If all four sides are the same length, it's a square. If not, it's a non-square rectangle.

Technically, a square is a rectangle with four lines of symmetry. A non-square rectangle has exactly two lines of symmetry: the vertical and the horizontal.

Properties of a non-square rectangle include the following: The diagonal cross each other and are congruent. Opposite sides are congruent as well as parallel.

No it's a poly polypus

a rectangle is a 4 sided polygon where all the angles are right angles and the opposite sides haveequal length. So a square is a rectangle. But take a rectangle that meets the definition I gave and make the 4 sides NOT the same length. Opposite sides are still the same, but all four sides are not the same so it is not a square. This is a non-square rectangle.

A non-regular quadrilateral is one where all the sides are not the same length. Therefore any rectangle (that is not technically a square) is a non-regular quadrilateral.

No, a non-square rectangle has two: the horizontal and the vertical. A square has four lines of symmetry: the horizontal, the vertical, and two diagonal lines.

No. It's a squashed square ... with 4 equal sides but vertices that aren't "corners".

Any non-square rectangle satisfies that description.

Rectangle is length times width and triangles are base times height divided by 2.

yes. A rectangle is any 4 sided 2 shape, while a square is a 4 sided shape with equal sides. A square is a rectangle, but a rectangle is not a square. * * * * * The above answer does not address the question that was asked. Technically, squares are a proper subset of rectangles. In that respect, any square is a rectangle as well and so the answer to the question is yes. However, if considering squares and non-square rectangles, the answer is no. The previous answer is not correct, however. A rectangle is NOT any 4 sided 2 shape. A rectangle must have four right angles and two pairs of equal opposite sides.

A rectangle is a quadrilateral with 4 right angles (90 degrees) and two sets of parallel lines. The definition of a rectangle includes the the shape of a square, but a square has an added rule, that all sides must be equal. So a square is a rectangle. Oblong is a term for non-square rectangles.