1. Measure or calculate the lengths of any two adjoining sides on the rectangle or square. 2. Check that the lengths of the sides are measured in the same unit of measure. If the
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The simple answer is that a rectangle IS NOT always a square. A square is always a rectangle, though, because it has 4 corner angles of 90 degrees, and opposite sides are parallel
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Option 1: Simply crop it into a rectangle. You'll lose part of the image, though. Option 2: (This is best for backgrounds that are solid, or can hide "streaks". You will
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A rectangle is a a parallelogram with four right angles, which a square has.
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