Squares are equilateral and equiangular.
Equiangular quadrilaterals are four-sided polygons that have equal angles. These include squares (90 degree angles) and rectangles (90 degree angles).
Having equal angles; as, an equiangular figure; a square is equiangular.
No, an equilateral triangle has to be equiangular, but an equiangular triangle does NOT have to be equilateral
The Equiangular polygon is a classification of polygon which has equal measures of angles. Unlike the regular polygon, in which the measures of the angles are equal and the measures of the sides are equal. For example, look at quadrilaterals (i.e. polygons with 4 sides and 4 angles). A regular quadrilateral is a square; an equiangular quadrilateral is a rectangle. Not all rectangles are squares (although all squares are rectangles).
A regular polygon is any polygon that has sides which are the same length and angles whose measures are equal. An equilateral triangle (also equiangular triangle) is a regular polygon. Other isosceles triangles (equilateral triangles are isosceles, but they are an exception) and scalene triangles are not regular polygons. A side note: Only in a triangle is a polygon regular solely if it is equilateral. (Since an equilateral triangle is equiangular as well). This is NOT always true in other polygons, like quadrilaterals, where it can be equilateral but not necessarily equiangular (a rhombus) or equiangular but not equilateral (a rectangle).
No but an equilateral triangle is equiangular
An equilateral triangle is equiangular.
A rhombus is NEVER equiangular. If it were equiangular it would no longer be a rhombus but a square.
Angles cannot be equiangular: the latter is a property of polygons. Equiangular polygons are ones in which all the angles are equal.
A regular polygon is always equiangular.