Geometry

# Define a rectangle?

It is a 4 sided quadrilateral shape having 2 pairs of parallel sides and 4 interior angles of 90 degrees as well as 2 diagonals

## Related Questions No. A triangular pyramid describes a triangle whose base is a triangle (not just the sides which define it as a pyramid), whereas a rectangular pyramid is one whose base is a rectangle. A triangle and a rectangle are not the same (a triangle is not a rectangle, and a rectangle is not a triangle), so it would be incorrect to refer to a triangle-based pyramid as a rectangle pyramid. Yes, but that's not enough to define a rectangle, because it's also true of any other parallelogram. In order to be a rectangle, it must have 2 pairs of equal sides AND a right angle. You will need to define the input and times length by width. For example: L - Length &amp; W - Width start sum = 0 input L, W sum = L * W print "The area of the rectangle is: SUM" end Coplanar means "on the same plane". A plane can be a figure or shape like a rectangle. Coplanar points means points that belong on the same plane. Every rectangle must have corners otherwise it would not be a rectangle! Every rectangle must have corners otherwise it would not be a rectangle! Every rectangle must have corners otherwise it would not be a rectangle! Every rectangle must have corners otherwise it would not be a rectangle! There can be no such thing as a rectangle hexagon. A rectangle is a polygon that is distinct from a hexagon. There can be no such thing as a rectangle hexagon. A rectangle is a polygon that is distinct from a hexagon. There can be no such thing as a rectangle hexagon. A rectangle is a polygon that is distinct from a hexagon. There can be no such thing as a rectangle hexagon. A rectangle is a polygon that is distinct from a hexagon.