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Is a retangle a square or is a square a rectangle?


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2013-02-26 18:10:42
2013-02-26 18:10:42

A square is a rectangle, rectangles don't have to be squares but squares have to be rectangles.

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Because it depends on how big the retangle/square is.

If you meant to say "rectangle", then yes.

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Add the length and width of the rectangle. That would do it.

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