A four-sided figure with two pairs of parallel sides the same length and four right angles is called a square.
Without knowing their arrangement or the angles involved, all you can say is that it is a quadrilateral (4 sides). If the long sides are opposite, parallel, and equal in length -- and if the short sides are opposite, parallel, and equal in length -- you have a parallelogram. If all of the angles of the parallelogram are right angles, you have a rectangle.
i have a feeling its a rhombus
A quadrilateral with 4 right angles and opposite sides that are parallel can be either a rectangle if the adjacent sides are of different length or a square if the adjacent sides are of the same length.
A square, rectangle, or quadrilateral
rhombus (although the angles can technically be right angles as well)
A rhombus. A square is one special rhombus with right angles.
You are a rhombus.
A square, rectangle, or quadrilateral A square, rectangle, or quadrilateral