Q: Are two rectangles always the same?

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Yes.

yes, they do ,because they have two bases that are equilateral triangle and three faces that are rectangles.

All squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares. Basically, a square is a rectangle where all sides are the same length. However, providing that the width is half of the length, or vice versa, and you join the two rectangles along the one of the sides that is longer, two rectangles can make a square. Example: 1x2 rectangle joined with another 1x2 rectangle will make a 2x2 square.

Two rectangles are similar if corresponding angles are equal and the corresponding sides are proportional.

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Two rectangles are seldom but sometimes similar. They can be but they don't have to.

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No some times

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No. Many investigators have searched for such an example, but none have found it yet. According to all published research so far, two rectangles with the same area always have the same area. But the search goes on, in many great universities.

Yes.

No, they are NEVER rectangles.

Similar shapes need to have the same number of sides, the same angles and the ratio of the sides needs to be the same. Rectangles are not always similar to each other because they can have different dimensions, which would break the "same ratio" rule.

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If two rectangles are similar, they have corresponding sides and corresponding angles. Corresponding sides must have the same ratio.