Q: What are the angles of a rectangles diagonals?

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No, the diagonals of a rectangle are not perpendicular. The angles between them depend on the dimensions of the rectangle.However, the diagonals of a square are perpendicular (and squares are technically "regular" rectangles, meaning that all sides and angles are equal).

A rhombus or a square. In rectangles (unequal side length) this does not occur.

It depends on what you mean by bisect. All rectangles have diagonals that bisect the other one. Only certain rectangles (Squares) have diagonals that bisect its vertex, the ninety degree angle.

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No, a rectangle's diagonals do not bisect opposite angles.

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Not for every parallelogram. Only for a rhombus (diamond) or square will the diagonals bisect the opposite angles they connect, and diagonals are perpendicular. In rectangles, the diagonals do not bisect the angles and are notperpendicular, but they do bisect each other.

Only rectangles (squares included) have congruent diagonals, because all their angles are congruent (90 degrees). If you have angles larger or smaller than 90 degrees it makes the diagonals different lengths.

yes if it is a square. squares are rectangles with their 4 sides and 4 right angles, but rectangles are not squares without 4 equal sides

Rectangles and parallelograms all have . . . -- four sides -- four angles -- two diagonals -- two sets of parallel sides -- interior angles that add up to 360 degrees

No, the diagonals of a rectangle are not perpendicular. The angles between them depend on the dimensions of the rectangle.However, the diagonals of a square are perpendicular (and squares are technically "regular" rectangles, meaning that all sides and angles are equal).

The diagonals of a square (which always bisect each other) are the same length.

A rhombus or a square. In rectangles (unequal side length) this does not occur.

It depends on what you mean by bisect. All rectangles have diagonals that bisect the other one. Only certain rectangles (Squares) have diagonals that bisect its vertex, the ninety degree angle.

If they are equally long such as the diagonals of rectangles and isosceles trapezoids.

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