It has 2 Diagonals!!!
when Its angles are right angles
A rectangle is a square when all of its sides are the same length.
A rectangle is SOMETIMES a square.
However, a square, is ALWAYS a rectangle.
This is due to the properties held by a rectangle as well as properties of a square.
Properties of Rectangle:
Properties of a Square:
So one can have a square that is always a rectangle due to the properties. However, a rectangle will only be a square if properties are the same as a square.
When all of its sides are exactly the same length.
Quadrilaterals do not bisect each other. They could in special cases.
In parallelograms (types of quadrilaterals), the diagonals bisect each other.
A rhombus normally has no right angles (at the vertices).
If a rhombus has right angles (at the vertices), it is called a square.
The diagonals of a rhombus meet at right angles.
Parallelogram and a rectangle
quadrilaterals are consecutive and opposite angles always congruent?
A rhombus with 2 right angles is not possible. Only a rhombus with 4 right angles is possible, a square.
Any polygon can be regular, but usually it is not.
rhombus and a square
QPR is congruent to SPR
PR is perpendicular to QPS
PQ =~ QR
PT =~ RT
It is not possible to give a sensible answer because there is no information on what RC has to do with the trapezoid.
A basic knowledge of angles when two parallel lines meet a transversal is necessary.
it must be a rhombus