Q: What is a vertex of a rectangle?

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A rectangle is a parallelogram in which all four vertex angles equal 90°.

8. (Its the corners)

A right angle triangle

if you did not know the answer would be a pentagon.

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vertex

A rectangle minus a smaller rectangle which share a vertex.

It is called a diagonal and goes from any vertex to the next-but-one vertex.

A rectangle has FOUR vertices - at its corners. They are all equal to 90 degrees.

A rectangle is a parallelogram in which all four vertex angles equal 90°.

8. (Its the corners)

A right angle triangle

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Yes.

rectangle means same size and shape

if you did not know the answer would be a pentagon.

You don't. A rectangle doesn't have a hypoteneuse, only a right-angled triangle has a hypoteneuse. As for the diagonal of a rectangle, you can draw it from any vertex to the opposite vertex. It's length is the square root of the sum of the squares of the longer and the shorter side-lengths.