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Well, this isn't as hard as you may think. What specifically is troubling you? I can walk you through this if you'd like.
Thanks for this, ok, I am sorry for not being here to get help.
I am burned by helping other student's stuff. :)
That's okay :) would you like help now?
Okay, well, hmmm how can I help without giving it away? XD Well, I'm assuming you know what a square is, correct?
yes, I do
Well, to get the first part of your problem, how many points and lines are there in a square?
4points and 4 lines
yes, so you can start with 'a square is a shape with 4 points and 4 lines....' How many sides are congruent in a square?
yes so you can say 'a square is a shape with 4 points and 4 lines where all lines are congruent...' or something else that means the same thing.
No, it turns to a rhombus.
What? We aren't done yet. It wouldn't be a rhombus... well, squares are rhombuses but we can make the definition even more precise.
You also have the terms parallel and perpendicular to use.
How many sides are parallel and how many are perpendicular?
2 parallel and 4 perpendicular
yes, now include that into your definition. :)
Well, I don't want to give you the answer XD Just try adding on to what we have and I can help you adjust it if needed.
I need a definition from the given information. I don't want to describe it.
That's how you would define it.. but describing it.
If the definition has something new, then it turns circulation argument. I don't want it. Like: A square is a rhombus which ....., so, I have to define what is a rhombus.....
We don't have to include rhombus. Look at what we already have. It won't turn into a circulation argument.
Ok, let me try. Thanks for the help.
You're welcome :)