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Q: Is every rectangle with four congruent sides a square true or false?

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The angles in a square are congruent true or false

No, but a Square can be a rectangle. Not the other way around.A square is a regular rectangle!No its false

False. Every cross-sectional shape of a cone is not congruent.

It would obviously be false

This is false. Every rectangle is a parallelogram, but the converse (your statement) is not true. Imagine the set of all quadrilaterals (4 sided polygons). Within that set would be sets of kites, parallelograms, and other quadrilaterals. Within the parallelogram set, would be rectangles, rhombuses and other parallelograms. Then if a rhombus is also a rectangle, it would be a square, that would be the intersection of the set of rectangles and set of rhombuses. Hope this helps.

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False but they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals

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The angles in a square are congruent true or false

Yes, it is false. It need not be a square.

No, but a Square can be a rectangle. Not the other way around.A square is a regular rectangle!No its false

True, a square can be classified as a rectangle - a rectangle must have 4 - 90° angles and it CAN have 4 equal sides. A rectangle cannot be classified as a square.

False. There are 6 pairs of smaller congruent triangles and two pair of larger ones.

The statement is false.

False. Every cross-sectional shape of a cone is not congruent.

It is false. The first part about the square is true, but the second part is false. A rectangle has two pairs of parallel sides. The "and' means that both parts must be true for the statement to be true. A convex polygon can have many pairs of parallel sides, but you can never have 3 or more sides all parallel to each other.

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False. The angles will be congruent, but the sides not so.