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Every square is a rectangle, since the angles in the square are always right angles. However, every rectangle is NOT a square: a square is just a specific type of rectangle. Hope this helps! :-)

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0No. All rectangles are not squares. Think of rectangles and squares as boxes. Would you be able to fit a rectangle into the square box? Nope. But you would be able to fit the square into the rectangle box. <---- Hope that helped. :)

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

a rectangle has 4 right angles. A rhombus has four congruent sides. A square has four right angles and four congruent sides. All squares are rectangles because all rectangles have 4 right angles, and all squares have four right angles. But not all rectangles are squares because not all rectangles have congruent sides.

Yes, but all rectangles are not square

No you must be mistakeing rectangles for rhombus's

A square prism is one whose two ends are square and the remaining 4 faces are rectangles.

All squares are rectangles also, but not all rectangles are squares, only equilateral rectangles are considered square.

That depends on if the rectangles are touching or if you are asking if different kinds of rectangles are squares. But, either way, all rectangles are squares, but not all squares are rectangles.

A square is a specialized type of a rectangle. All squares are also rectangles, but only some rectangles are squares.

A rectangle is not a square

Rectangles don't have square roots.

No, only some rectangles are squares. For a rectangle to be a square, all sides must be equal (the rectangle must be equilateral). Only the equilateral rectangles are squares, but every square is a rectangle. In short, the squares are a subset of rectangles in which all four sides are equal in length. Some rectangles are squares, and all squares are rectangles.

All squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares. Basically, a square is a rectangle where all sides are the same length. However, providing that the width is half of the length, or vice versa, and you join the two rectangles along the one of the sides that is longer, two rectangles can make a square. Example: 1x2 rectangle joined with another 1x2 rectangle will make a 2x2 square.

the three special quadrilaterals that can be a parallelogram are a rectangle, a square, and a rhombus Actually, this is incorrect. All squares are rectangles. All rectangles are parallelograms. Therefore all squares are parallelograms. But not all parallelograms are rectangles. And not all rectangles are squares.

because squares and rectangles are not the same because squares and rectangles are not the same

If "reantangles" is meant to be rectangles, then the answer is no.

Rectangles just need 4 sides that all have right angles, which a square has. A square needs all sides equal and at a right angle, which a rectangle doesn't have

All parallelograms are not rectangles. The angles of a parallelogram need not be right angles and so the figure need not be a rectangle.

No. The square is a special case of rectangle where all the sides are of equal length. So some rectangles are squares, and all squares are rectangles.

A rectangle can be called a square but a square can not be called a rectangle

there is no such thing as a square triangle

a square can also be called a rhombuses, and rectangles, and parallelograms.

Just draw a square. Squares are rectangles.

area = 144 square units perimeter = 48 units

no, if it did then that would be a square

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