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Q: What does a rectangle equal in math?

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A [generic] rectangle is a quadrilateral that has two pairs of opposite sides parallel and equal in length, along with 4 right angles.

A rectangle with four equal sides would not be a rectangle, it would be a square. In a rectangle opposite sides are equal in length and are parallel.

No, a rectangle has opposite side which are equal in length.

A non square rectangle is a rectangle with 2 equal or no equal sides Like a parallelogram, or a rombus

A square (a by a) and a rectangle (a by b) can have sides that are of equal length.

Opposite sides of a rectangle must always be equal.

A rectangle is a 4 sided quadrilateral

A rectangle has two pairs of equal sides. In a rectangle, the equal sides are opposite of each other. A square has four equal sides.

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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

A rectangle has 4 equal right angles of 90 degrees.

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