It is a square as square has 4 sides and all of them are equal. Also it has 4 corners.
The shapes that I can think of are a square, rectangle, rhombus and a diamond
A QUADRILATERAL has four corners and four sides, along with four angles. These do not need to be congruent (equal) but they can be.
Two different types of shapes would be a circle and a square. they differ from each other in the fact that a circle's shape is perpetual as a square has four equal sides and four corners.
No, both shapes have all four sides equal.
Carré is square in french and a square has four equal sides so it alo has four corners.
Four equal sides make up a square. The sides may be any size, as long as they are equal. A square is one of the most basic shapes.
four sides and four corners
A rhombus is the only shape besides a square that can have equal sides.
A square has four sides. The sides of a square are all equal in length. A square has four corners.