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# You are a special rectangle all your side are the same length what are you?

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I am square
a square
a rectangle with all sides the same length

Also called a square

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## Related Questions

a square is a special type of rectangle where each side is the same length

By using the fact that opposite sides of a rectangle have the same length.By using the fact that opposite sides of a rectangle have the same length.By using the fact that opposite sides of a rectangle have the same length.By using the fact that opposite sides of a rectangle have the same length.

It is the same as for a rectangle, the length of the shorter side x the length of the longer side

No. The length is the measurement of the distance from the bottom to the top of the rectangle, or from one side to the other side. The perimeter is the distance all the way around the rectangle.

The area of a parallelogram is the length of the 'base' times the altitude. In a rectangle, which is a special case of parallelogram, the altitude is maximum length and also is equal in length to the other side.

The length is the longest side in the rectangle.

The length is the linear measurement of one side of the rectangle (usually the longest) and the width is the linear measurement of the other side of the rectangle (usually the shortest). In a square, both the length and the width would be the same.

a rectangle. it has four parallel sides each side is the same length as the one on the other side.

The width and length of a rectangle will vary depending on the size of the rectangle. The width is the shortest side of the rectangle while the length is the longest side.

No. The remaining 3 sides of the square must have the same length as the first one. But in the rectangle, only the side opposite the first one has to be the same length, and the other two sides could be anything.

Same as for a rectangle. For a square, this can be simplified to "4 times the length of a side" - since all sides have the same length.

Yes, the length of a rectangle is generally understood as the longest side(s).

A rhombus is a special case of a parallelogram where all side are the same length.

Opposite sides have the same length. Other than that, you can't deduce the length of the OTHER two sides, since they can be anything.

If the perimiter is 20 and one side is [[length]] then the other side is (10 - [[length]]). So the area is: [[length]] x (10 - [[length]]) square metres.

The width of a rectangle is the length of the shorter side.

A square is a 4-sided shape in which all of the sides are same length, but a rectangle is a 4-sided shape in which a side parallel to another side are the same length. A square meets a rectangle's requirements, but since the rectangle's sides don't all have to be the same size, it doesn't meet the square's requirements

A rectangle has only two dimensions, for example, length and width. The longest side is usually called the length, the other side, the width.

No. length is usually the bottom. Furthermore, a rectangle doesn't necessarily have a longer side. A rectangle simply needs 4 right angles. Therefore a square is a rectangle, yet has no longer side.

A square is a special form of a rectangle where Length = Width. So L*W for a square would be L*L = L^2 where L is the length of a side.

The size or length of a square is related to its area as the area of a rectangle s the product of the length times the width. As a square is a special type of rectangle, where the length is equal ti the width, the area of a square is the length times the length or length^2, also spoken as "length squared".

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