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It could be a square, but consider the following congruent & perpendicular 'diagonals of a quadrilateral (you will have to connect the endpoints of the diagonals, yourself, as it cannot be drawn in text):

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If the two diagonals, also bisect each other, then it's a square, otherwise it is not.

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Q: Is a quadrilateral with congruent and perpendicular diagonals a square or a rhombus?
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