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No, rectangles do not have congruent sides. Squares have congruent sides.

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Q: Does a rectangle have all congruent sides?
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Do a rectangle have all sides congruent?


A rectangle has consecutive sides that are congruent?

No. A rectangle has opposite sides congruent. If consecutive sides are also congruent, then your rectangle is a square.

Does a rectangle always have congruent sides?

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Are all sides congruent in a quadrilateral or parallelogram or rectangle or rombus or square?

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Is a rectangle a regular or irregular?

A rectangle is considered to be an irregular polygon. This is because, in a rectangle, the sides need not necessarily all be congruent, and regular polygons must have all sides be congruent.

If two sides of a rectangle are congruent then then angles oppposite those sides are always congruent?

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Rectangle with all sides congruent?

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