Top Answer

FIRST, measure the bottom half. (Measure A)

SECOND, measure a STRAIGHT verticle line from top to bottom. (Measure B)

Multiply A by B.

This works because it can be turned into a rectangle or square. First, make a sraight verticle line starting from the left hand bottom corner. Go up until you meet the upper line. The triangle you have just created should fit into the space that is unoccupied to make a square/rectangle.

Hope this helped!

. okay, that didnt help. because the poor person up there, probably my reincarnation, SAID ITS NOT A SQUARE OR A RECTANGLE. like all sides uneven, pretty retarded looking excuse for a shape. your wrongggggggggggggg and i need help. rawr.

🙏

0🤨

0😮

0😂

0Loading...

Yes. Although a rectangle cannot be a square.

An investigation into that question began several years ago, but was suspended when it was discovered that there is no such thing as a three-sided rectangle.

No such thing . . . A rectangle is a four sided polygon and a hexagon is a six sided polygon. How they could mix, I have no clue.

it is the same thing as a square

There is no such thing as a three sided rectangle. They have four sides. Length and width of a rectangle being THE SAME (having a 1:1 ratio) will provide the largest area possible. In other words, for a given perimeter, a square is the largest rectangle. If you mean a triangle (which has three sides), then all sides being equal will still yield the largest area.

never - the only thing it may have is common is that a simple rectangle will have four right angles. But a rectangle is not simple, it is complex.

A rectangle is like a square so, yes.

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.

Every square is a rectangle because a rectangle is a polygon with 4 sides (a quadrilateral) and 4 right angles. A square is a rectangle with 4 equal sides. So the thing that would makes some rectangles not like squares is they have only two sides of equal length and not four.

Actually, there is no such thing as a rectangle square. A square has 4 equal sides. On the other hand, a rectangle has 4 sides no matter what length. There are rectangle squares though. By: SupeRMAn P.S. SupeRMAn is just a user that is a 4th grade student in Temple City.

Quadri- As in quadrilateral - a 4 sided shape. That's the closest thing I know to a prefix meaning a square.

I believe the iPad is a tablet. So essentially, an iPad is a tablet but a tablet is not an iPad. A "tablet" is a handheld device that essentially has a single touch-sensitive screen. It's also sorta like a square-rectangle kind of thing- a square is a rectangle but a rectangle is not a square.

By using that one thing.

No, it's like the square rectangle thing-a tree can be a plant but a plant isn't nessacarily a tree

the answer is jermil warren with a thing :)

All four sides of a rhombus have the same length. If all four sides of a rectangle have the same length, then it's also a rhombus. The thing is, you probably wouldn't look at that thing and call it a rectangle, because it's also a square.

There is no such thing as an isosceles rectangle.

I have 6 sided cross.

There is no such thing as a two-sided object.

there is no such thing as two-sided polygon.

The question has me confused, but there's one thing that I do know for sure:If the measurements are 13m, 6m, and 5, then that's no rectangle, and I'd needto see a sketch of it to know WHAT it is.

There is no such thing as a two-sided polygon.

The thing about a square is that all of it's sides are equal. You are talking about a rectangle. So multiply 6 by 7 to get the area. Which is 42

One thing that can be calculated using a Square Footage Calculator is the Length and Width of a Rectangle, Circle, Square or Triangle. This comes in handy for calculating room sizes.

there is no such thing as an eight sided pentagon. You must mean a eight sided polygon. Which is an octagon.