Q: What types of lines form a rectangle?

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A rectangle is a 4 sided quadrilateral having two pairs of parallel lines of different lengths

A rectangle has 2 lines of symmetry

A rectangle has two lines of symmetry, the lines that connect the midpoints of the parallel sides of a rectangle are lines of symmetry of the rectangle.

The sides if a square or rectangle?

4

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A rectangle is a 4 sided quadrilateral having two pairs of parallel lines of different lengths

None normally unless it's in the form of a rectangle which has 2 lines of symmetry.

How many lines of symmetry does a rectangle have

A rectangle has 2 lines of symmetry

A rectangle has two lines of symmetry, the lines that connect the midpoints of the parallel sides of a rectangle are lines of symmetry of the 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.

The sides if a square or rectangle?

4

There are four perpendicular lines in a rectangle

The intersecting lines of a rectangle are at ninety degrees while the intersecting lines that form a parallelogram may be greater than or less than ninety degrees.

A parallelogram in geometry is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel lines. A square, rectangle, rhombus, are examples of different types of parallelogram.

At least two pairs: they form the outer rectangle which represents the "universe".