They are both polygon. If you cut a rectangle diagonally, you will have two triangles. And if you want to figure out the area of a right triangle, you can treat it as a rectangle and then cut your calculation in half to get the correct answer.
yes it is true
cut in half
That depends on its dimensions.
If you cut a rectangle in half you wouldn't get a solid figure at all, since a rectangle is a plane figure. If you made a straight line cut you would get either a triangle or a quadrilateral of some variety depending on exactly how the cut was made.
fold it in half and cut it the corners
No. There is no way you can cut one rectangle in half and only get one square. The other half would also have to be a square and this will only happen if the proportions are 1:2 and you cut the long sides.There are infinitely many ways to cut a rectangle in half none of which result in new rectangles. Only if the rectangle has proportions 1:2 can cutting it in half make a square, in fact the result could be two squares, not one.
Yes, two equal right-angle triangles.
The square has four lines of symmetry. The rectangle has only two, as it can be folded in half horizontally or vertically: students should be encouraged to try to fold the rectangle in half diagonally to see why this does not work.
Yes, you can cut a rectangle any way you please.
With a knife scissors or anything else in that area!
yes, because if you cut the rectangle in half it would make 2 squares
yes you can cut a carrot diagonally.
To find a Square in a rectangle first you have to:Make sure the rectangle is Flat.Draw a line straight and exactly in the middle.There you have your two squares in your Rectangle!So just cut a Rectangle in half!
By splitting the rectangle into half diagonally, we obtain two right triangles with sides 40 and 60. Using Pythagorean theorem, we obtain approximately 72.11 as the hypotenuse of both of them.
Only in the case of the square (squares are rectangles).
A square or rectangle.
It will make two squares.
A right-angle triangle is half of a square or rectangle. Draw a square or rectangle and draw a line from one corner to the corner diagonally opposite. You now have two triangles of the same area.
Its a right-angle triangle