A four sided figure with parallel sides is a parallelogram. A rhombus is a special type of a parallelogram with all sides equal. A rectangle is a special form of a parallelogram with all angles equal at 90°. A square is a special form of a rectangle with all sides equal.
either square if all the sides are equal in length but if only each 2 sides parallel are equal then it's a rectangle
A square is a type of rectangle where all four sides have equal length. A diamond has four sides of equal length but differs from a square in that not all four internal angles are equal. A diamond is neither a rectangle, and hence neither a square.
they dont have to be they can be different A rectangle with all sides the same length can also be called a square.
In a square, the sides are all the same length.
a square's sides are all equal and can be called a rhombus but a rectangle's sides aren't all equal
When all the vertices of a plane quadrilateral are exactly equal to 90 degrees it is is called a rectangle and, if all its sides are of equal length, that rectangle is called a square. So when a plane quadrilateral has all its vertices exactly equal to 90 degrees, but it does not have all its sides equal in length, it must be a rectangle but not a square.
"equilateral" is a fancy word meaning "has all sides equal". Such a rectangle is called a square.
The fact that all of YOUR sides are equal tells me nothing about what is special about ME, as a rectangle!
no it does not but it has two pairs of parallel lines. A square has all equal sides. A rectangle has 2 pairs of equal sides though!
well a square, rectangle
No. A rectangle has two pairs of equal sides. A rhombus has all four sides equal.
A square has all sides equal. A rectangle has two sets of equal sides.
A square is rectangle with all its sides are equal in length. The rectangle has: (a) opposites sides are parallel. (b) opposite angles are equal