The answer depends on their relative dimensions.
Squares and rectangles have a two-dimensional shape with four sides and four right angles.
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.
They are all rectangles (or 2 squares and 4 rectangles).They are all rectangles (or 2 squares and 4 rectangles).They are all rectangles (or 2 squares and 4 rectangles).They are all rectangles (or 2 squares and 4 rectangles).
i a shape that has 2 squares and 4 rectangles . :) !
A 3-d shape with 6 equal faces is a cube. It has 6 squares as it's faces. A 3-d shape with 6 equal faces and only 2 squares is a rectangular prism. It has 2 squares and 4 other rectangles (squares are rectangles too) as it's faces.
Rectangular Prism. It's lateral faces are 4 rectangles. It's bases are 2 squares.
A square based prism.
This is a Cuboid.
Its a rectangular prism
Some are circles, some are squares, some are rectangles, some are sectors of circles.
Lots of quadrilaterals and rhombus' like squares and rectangles. Trapezium.
There must be at least two rectangles (to justify the name). The remaining sides can be: 4 squares 2 squares and 2 rectangles 2 squares and 2 rhombi 2 rectangles and 2 parallelograms 4 parallelograms