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Q: Which quadrilaterals can you form with four sticks of the same length?

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The only quadrilaterals that have all sides an equal length are a square abd a rhombus.

They are called Quadrilaterals.

Quadrilaterals

A quadrilateral has four sides, and so four quadrilaterals will have a total of 16 sides counted separately.

Quadrilaterals are things with four sides, like squares, rectangles, diamonds, trapezoids, rhombuses. Anything that doesn't have four sides (an infinite list) is a non-example of a quadrilateral.

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A square and a rhombus both are quadrilaterals that have sides that are the same length.

Nope... a trapezoid has four sides - regardless of its shape. However, unless all four sides are the same length, they are not always quadrilaterals.

No. A quadrilateral is any four-sided figure. The sides do not have to be of equal length, and the angles do not have to be right angles. So, all squares are quadrilaterals because they have four sides), but not all quadrilaterals are squares.

They are both quadrilaterals having four sides of equal length.

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The four different quadrilaterals are square, rectangle, rhombos, and parrellelogram

Potential answers: shapes, polygons, quadrilaterals [four-sided polygons], parallelograms [quadrilaterals with opposite sides of the same length and parallel to each other].

The only quadrilaterals that have all sides an equal length are a square abd a rhombus.

All quadrilaterals have four sides.

They are called Quadrilaterals.

A rhombus and kite are different quadrilaterals. All four sides of a rhombus are of equal length: this is not necessary for a kite.

Yes, all Quadrilaterals have four sides, therefore they must have 4 angles.

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