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Q: What is the tilted rectangle called?

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A parallelogram is a rectangle that has 2 sides angled (tilted) to one side to create a leaning rectangle

It has the same amount of sides, the rombus is just tilted to th side a little more than a rectangle.

Parallelograms have tilted sides no matter unless they are rectangles.

What is a squashed rectangle called

Half a square is called a rectangle or a triangle.

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a rectangle

because it's a tilted rectangle..

parallel rectangle

a parallelogram is a tilted rectangle

A parallelogram is a rectangle that has 2 sides angled (tilted) to one side to create a leaning rectangle

A rectangle is a rectangle no matter its orientation, it does not need to be horizontal or vertical to be a rectangle, the term applies only to the internal angle of the corners which of course must be 90 degrees.

It is four sided and it's like a tilted rectangle.

a parallelogram has 4 angles it is pretty much a rectangle that is tilted

It has the same amount of sides, the rombus is just tilted to th side a little more than a rectangle.

The rectangle which is equilateral is called as square.

no, but a square can be called a rectangle.

It is called a rectangle!

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