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Q: What makes a rectangle a rectangle?

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A quadrilateral and a rectangle are the same so.............

A square is a rectangle in which all the sides are the same length.

Every square is a rectangle because a rectangle is a polygon with 4 sides (a quadrilateral) and 4 right angles. A square is a rectangle with 4 equal sides. So the thing that would makes some rectangles not like squares is they have only two sides of equal length and not four.

All four of the angles of a rectangle (and of squares) are right angles.(Its name comes from this : rect-angle.)

It is a right angled parallelogram.

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They are what makes it a rectangle. The rectangle is a special kind of parallelogram. The perpendicular lines cause it to be called a rectangle.

A parallelogram with a right angle is a rectangle.

A quadrilateral and a rectangle are the same so.............

A square is a rectangle in which all the sides are the same length.

Maybe... the fraction of the rectangle and the large rectangle makes both of them to represent so that they can connect back together again.

Adjacent sides are also equal.

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The answer depends on what it is supposed to be congruent to!

It has two pairs of parallel sides.

Every square is a rectangle because a rectangle is a polygon with 4 sides (a quadrilateral) and 4 right angles. A square is a rectangle with 4 equal sides. So the thing that would makes some rectangles not like squares is they have only two sides of equal length and not four.

a square has equal sides and looks sort of like this like this _ l_l and a rectangle is this ____ l ____l

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