What is a diagonal vertex of a square?

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The diagonals of a square bisect each corner or vertex of the square.
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Do the diagonals of a rectangle bisect the vertexes?

No. Draw a rect. with dimensions of 1" by 2''. Note the angle formed by the diagonals. Now lengthen the rect. to 1'" by 10". The angle formed by the base and the diag. has t

How many diagonals does a hexagon have from one vertex?

3. You cannot have a diagonal from a vertex to itself, nor to either of the two adjacent vertices (these would form sides of the polygon). So 3 out of the other vertices cann

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