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Q: What makes a square a special kind of rectangle?

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Yes, but as a square. A square is a special kind of rectangle and also a special kind of rhombus.

Rectangle and square (which is a special kind of rectangle).

A square is a special kind of rectangle ... one that happens to have equal length and width.

It is a right angled parallelogram.

Yes.A square is a special kind of rectangle, one with all sides of equal length. So all square are rectangles.All rectangles are not squares, some (most) have two sides longer than the other two.

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A square is considered to be a special kind of rectangle.

Yes, but as a square. A square is a special kind of rectangle and also a special kind of rhombus.

Yes, every square is a rectangle (a special kind of rectangle), but not every rectangle is a square.

Rectangle and square (which is a special kind of rectangle).

Yes, it is a rectangle with four equal sides.

A square is a special kind of rectangle ... one that happens to have equal length and width.

A square is a type of rectangle!

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 rectangle has four sides, in two pairs of equal length, and four angles, all of which are right angles. A square satisfies all of these requirements so a square is a rectangle. In adition, the two pairs of sides of a square are of equal length as well. That makes the square a very special kind of rectangle, but it is still a rectangle.

Correct. A square is a rectangle, a special kind that is 'regular'--all its angles are congruent, and all its sides are congruent.

It is a right angled parallelogram.

because every square is a rectangle.

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