Square, Rectangle, Rhombus & Parallelogram
4 sides and 4 corners because it is a quadrilateral polygon
2 sides, 2 corners. (:
Hexagon, it has 6 sides and 6 corners! yes most likely a hexagon
Shapes that have four sides are known as quadrilaterals.
4 corners in a rhombus. Remember that it is a quadrilateral and that quadrilaterals have 4 sides and 4 corners. Quad = Four (4).
It is a square as square has 4 sides and all of them are equal. Also it has 4 corners.
A point has no corners and no sides. There are several geometic shapes with no corners and only one side. Some of the shapes are circle, oval, and sphere.
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They are both shapes. they are both a quadrilateral. 4 corners and 4 sides.
they both have sides and corners. they both have sides and corners.
Square, Rectangle, Parallelogram, Rhombus, Trapezium, Diamond, Kite
Parallelograms Examples: Squares and rectangles
It is very possible considering non-closed shapes. For example, picture the letter "M" but drawn into the third dimension, sort of like a open roof gutter (which has 2 corners and 3 sides). It will have 3 corners and 4 sides (an "L" would have 1 corner and 2 sides).