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# How is a square different from a rectangel?

Updated: 12/21/2022

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a square is a special type of rectangle where each side is the same length

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Q: How is a square different from a rectangel?
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### How is a square a rectangel?

eat butt stupid how do you not know

square rectangle rhombus

### How do you spell rectangel?

The correct spelling is "rectangle" (a right angle quadrilateral, an elongated square).

### What type of quadrilateral is classifyed for a square rectangel and rhombi?

You've already given the answer in your question because a square, a rectangle and a rhombus are all classed as 4 sided quadrilaterals.

Yes.

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rectangel

### How many foot are 4 feet by 2 feet?

A 4 by 2 foot rectangel has a perimiter of 12 feet and an area of 8 SQUARE FEET

### What is the primeter of a rectangel 8m x 3 m?

Assuming that primeter is your way of spelling perimeterand rectangel is your way of spelling rectangle, the answer is 22 metres.

### What is a rectangle?

A rectangle is defined in plane geometry as a quadrilateral where all four of its interior angles are right angles. Note that this also makes a square qualify as a rectangle, which it is. It's just that the square has all its sides the same length. A rectangel is just longer than a square.

### Does a rectangel have no right angels?

A rectangle has 4 right angles

### What is the area of a rectangel with 39 in and 26 in?

1014 since that is 39x26