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Yep! Good work, Ashley10116! You are correct!
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If you remember, a trapezoid that's not isosceles is a figure which could have no angles the same. A rectangle can also be the same as a square  remember that both a rectangle and a square have the same degree measure for the angles. By saying that the figure is a rectangle, you are leaving room for it to be a rectangle or a square, which makes it correct either way! :)
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