Q: All of my corners are square some sides the same length i am not a quadrilateral?

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a trapezoid

A square

square, rhombus

square, rhombus

They are both shapes. they are both a quadrilateral. 4 corners and 4 sides.

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There is, unfortunately, no special name.

A square.

a trapezoid

A quadrilateral is a 4 sided shape. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with 2 pairs of parallel sides. A rectangle is a parallelogram with right angles corners. A square is a rectangle with all equal sides. The answer is yes. ■

square, rhombus

A square

A general quadrilateral: it has no specific name.

square, rhombus

a square, quadrilateral or a cube.

They are both shapes. they are both a quadrilateral. 4 corners and 4 sides.

Every square is a rectangle, a rhombus, a parallelogram, a quadrilateral, and a polygon because a square is a special case of each of these more general 2-dimensional figures. A square has four sides, each of equal length, and all four corners are right angles. * Any multi-sided structure is a polygon, so a square is one. * Any polygon that has four sides is a quadrilateral, so a square is one. * Any quadrilateral with at least two sides that are parallel to each other is a parallelogram, so a square is one. * Any parallelogram in which both sets of opposing sides are parallel to each other is a rhombus, so a square is one. * Any rhombus where all four corners are right angles is a rectangle, so a square is one. * Any rectangle where all four sides are the same length is a square.

A square has four sides so it is a quadrilateral. All sides of a square are of equal length so it is equilateral. All angles of a square are of equal measure so it is equiangular. A quadrilateral that is equilateral and equiangular is a regular quadrilateral.