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http://www.mathsisfun.com/quadrilaterals.html <--- check there.... which one do you think it's?
noticing the tickmarks, one pair of sides are parallel, and the other pair of sides are also pareallel so that means is a "parallel'ogram so test those ones, for when an angle is 90 degrees
its a rectangle
ts a rectangle \(\huge \checkmark\)
well, is not square because, though a square has also 2 pairs of parallel sides and that makes it a parallelogram and also a rectangle a square has all equal sides your picture doesn't say that the 2 pairs are all the same side it just say that, however long one pair is, is parallel and however long the other pair is, is also parallel for a rectangle, both pairs can be of any lenght, "so long" they're parallel
but also a rectangle has always 90 degrees
or is it just D
so d is right
paralleogram and rectangle
so.. it could be a square, or a rectangle, since both of them, have parallel pair of sides and all internal angles are \(90^o\)
yeap is a parallelogram, 2 pairs of parallel sides is also a rectangle, same as above but 90 degrees all angles, equal side lengths is also a square, same as above, but the side pairs can be any length
hmmm put that backwards shoot
yeap is a parallelogram, 2 pairs of parallel sides is also a square, same as above but 90 degrees all angles, equal side lengths is also a rectangle, same as above, but the side pairs can be any length