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A can be both equiangular and equilateral. True False

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kite*
false
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in a kite not all the sides are the same then its angles are not all equal
if it's a square yes...90-90-90-90 is equiangular and equilateral
False because if all of the sides were equal and all sides were equal, it would be a square. In fact, by definition, it cannot be either without being classified by something else. A rhombus would be the equilateral one and a rectangle would be the equiangular one.
In addition, a square can take place of either.
well the question is only CAN BE...so IF it's a square it is equiangular and equilateral yes? :)
A square is both equiangular and equilateral, but a square is not a kite.
They differ in definition.

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