Q: What are the attributes for a rectangle?

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No.

Only other rectangles.

4 90o anglesall angles = 360ofour sided figureparallelogram

-- Opposite sides are parallel.-- Opposite sides are equal.-- Angles are all equal.

No. All of a square's sides are the same size.

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If the attributes of a rectangle are considered to be:it has two pairs of parallel sidesopposite sides are equal in lengthall angles are 90°the diagonals are equal and bisectThen only a square also has those attributes. If it is a further requirement that the two pairs of opposite sides are such that in each pair the lengths of the sides are the same, but the lengths of those two pairs are different, then only a rectangle is a rectangle.

Only other rectangles.

4 90o anglesall angles = 360ofour sided figureparallelogram

-- Opposite sides are parallel.-- Opposite sides are equal.-- Angles are all equal.

-Each angle is 90 degrees. -The sides parallel to each other are equal. -Has two pairs of parallel lines. -The square is a part of the rectangle family.

Only some. Only some. Only some. Only some.

A trapezoid is a four-sided figure with two opposite sides parallel. A rectangle (and also a parallelogram) is a trapezoid but BOTH pairs of opposite sides are parallel.

A pyramid has a based that is a polygon such as a triangle or rectangle. The other sides of a pyramid consist of triangles, which are usually the same size.

No. All of a square's sides are the same size.

Almost but not quite because a rectangle has 4 equal right angles whereas a parallelogram has 2 equal opposite obtuse angles and 2 equal opposite acute angles.

A rhombus has 2 equal opposite acute angles and 2 equal opposite obtuse angles whereas a rectangle has 4 equal right angles.