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In a square, there are four sides and four angles.

The sides are all equal and the angles are all right angles.

In a rectangle, there are four sides and four angles

The opposite sides are equal and the angles are all right angles.

There is no other shape in which all angles are right angles.

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Q: All angles are right angles but all sides are not equal?

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All angles equal = all sides equal = equilateral. Two angles equal = two sides equal = isosceles. All angles different = all sides different = scalene. An isosceles or scalene triangle may be right-angled or obtuse-angled if one of its angles is a right angle or obtuse angle (respectively).

A shape with 4 right angles and 4 equal sides is a square. ==========================

An equilateral triangle, has 3 equal sides and 3 equal angles. However, in a regular equilateral triangles, none of these angles are right angles (90 degrees), they are all 60 degrees.

Yes. A square has two sets of equal and parallel opposite sides. All four sides and all four angles (right angles) are equal.

All quadrilaterals have four sides. All have interior angles totalling 360 degrees. A scalene quadrilateral has no parallel sides. A trapezoid has one pair of parallel sides and one pair of non-parallel sides. A parallelogram has two pairs of parallel sides. Opposite angles are equal. A rectangle is a parallelogram with four right angles at the corners, and therefore all angles are equal. A rhombus is a parallelogram with all four sides equal. A square is a rhombus with four right angles, and therefore all four sides are equal and all four angles are equal. A square is also a parallelogram with four equal sides.

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A square has four right angles and all sides are equal.

No, not necessarily. A parallelogram can have all sides equal, but still not be a square.

a rectangle

It is a rhombus that has 4 equal sides but no right angles.

A pyrimid.. maybe? It's a square.

All angles equal = all sides equal = equilateral. Two angles equal = two sides equal = isosceles. All angles different = all sides different = scalene. An isosceles or scalene triangle may be right-angled or obtuse-angled if one of its angles is a right angle or obtuse angle (respectively).

rhombus

A square

A parallelogram.

The shape you are looking for is a quadrilateral. If you have a square, all angles MUST be right angles. A parallelogram can also have 4 equal sides in length and parallel sides, but a parallelogram doesn't have right angles.

The shape you are looking for is a quadrilateral. If you have a square, all angles MUST be right angles. A parallelogram can also have 4 equal sides in length and parallel sides, but a parallelogram doesn't have right angles.

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