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Q: Prove that the diagonals of rectangle are equal?

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Yes the diagonals of a rectangle are equal in lengths

A ruler or a compass would help or aternatively use Pythagoras' theorem to prove that the diagonals are of equal lengths

Diagonals are normally equal in lengths

Any rectangle will have diagonals that are equal. Don't forget that since squares are also a special type of rectangle that they would also have congruent diagonals as well.

They are of equal length.

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A ruler or a compass would help or aternatively use Pythagoras' theorem to prove that the diagonals are of equal lengths

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