Q: What is a curved edged rectangle called?

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A 10 edged (sided) shape is called a decagon.

Maybe it is Curvilinear rectangle

A rhombus can be a rectangle if it is a square.

What I mean is, a rectangle where none of the sides are the same. Like a Scalene triangle, but with a rectangle.

Actually, there is no such thing as a rectangle square. A square has 4 equal sides. On the other hand, a rectangle has 4 sides no matter what length. There are rectangle squares though. By: SupeRMAn P.S. SupeRMAn is just a user that is a 4th grade student in Temple City.

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An effective ergonomic arrangement is one where the least amount of energy or effort is needed to travel between the different points. Some examples of effective ergonomic arrangements would therefore be a circle, a square, a cube, or variations of these such as a curved edged square, a curved edged cube or a curved rectangle.

If the figure has curved edges, then it's not a "rectangle".

Believe it or not, it's a rectangle. If you strip it away and lay it down flat, it turns into a rectangle.

No.

An oval.

no because a polygon can not have curved edges,points,sides,ect.

Technically, no. the Schiavona is normally a straight, double-edged blade.a small minority of them have a single edged blade (a backsword form), but those blades are not curved.(though of course, its almost inevitable that somewhereout there, in a collection, there's one that is on a curved blade having just said that.... but such is the nature of the history of arms.)

a rectangle

None, they have vertices.

Rectangle * * * * * Two circles and one rectangle curved back on itself.

It's a rectangle.

The Saber sword is used only by army officer, because it is one edged with curved blade and a hand guard. The Marines use the Marine Officer Sword, so called because despite it's curved blade it has no hand guard.