Q: Why is a square a rectangle but a rectangle is not a square?

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A rectangle is a plane four sided shape. It has two pairs of parallel sides which meet at right angles. So is a square. The opposite sides of a rectangle are equal but in a square all four sides are equal. So a square is a rectangle but a rectangle is not a square.

Yes, a rectangle can be counted as a square. It is a type of square.

A square is rectangle with all its sides are equal in length. The rectangle has: (a) opposites sides are parallel. (b) opposite angles are equal

A square is always a rectangle but remember, A square is all the quads but the quads are never a square

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O.K. to help you guys out a square is a rectangle. a square is a square that has four sides the same rectangle is not a the same only to sides are there that are the same for each side. Hope i helped you out

A square is a type of rectangle!

A square is a special rectangle.

A rectangle and a square are different shapes. A rectangle cannot be a square.

it means that a square is not a rectangle

A square is a special case of a rectangle. Every square is a rectangle, but not every rectangle is a square. A square is a rectangle with four sides that are all equal in length.

A square is a rectangle.