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Q: What is the difference between a rectangle and a circle?

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It depends on the relationship between the rectangle and the circles.

The difference is: 1) the rectangle has all right angles 2)a parallelogram has acute and obtuse angles but not a rectangle

A rectangle is a 2-dimensional (plane) object while a cuboid is 3-dimensional (solid).

The difference between a triangle, rectangle, pentagon, and parallelogram id the number of sides: Triangle= 3 sides Rectangle= 4 sides Pentogon= 5 sides But, a parallelogram, is a polygon that has all sides parael to one another.

Well a square cube is the same length on all sides unlike a rectangle cube.

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a cube is a 3d square and a cylinder is 3d circle + rectangle shape.

There is not much difference between a cube and a cylinder. The cube is a 3d square and a cylinder is actually 3d circle in a rectangle form.

The difference btwwen a square and a rectangle is that a rectangle has two congruent lines.

The main difference is that a triangle rectangle cannot exist.

area of a circle = area of a rectangle(parallelogram) formed by the sectors of circle with pi as length and radius as bradth.

It is sort of between a rectangle and a circle.

A rectangle is correct; a rhombuses is not.

A parallelogram is slanted. A rectangle is not.

How Pentagon and Rectangle Are DifferentThe difference between a pentagon and recangle is that a pentagon has five sides and a rectangle has four sides.

circle and rectangle. circle for the top and a curled rectangle with length equal to the circumference of the circle for the side.

It depends on the relationship between the rectangle and the circles.

They are both plane figures.

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