Can a Rectangle Be a Square?

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A rectangle can be a square as a rectangle is any 4-sided shape with 4 right angles. The angles must all be 90 degrees or it will not have met the requirements necessary for it to be a rectangle.
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A rectangle is not a square because its four sides are not equal in length.
The answer to the question is yes. Not all rectangles can be square, but all squares are rectangles. A square is a special type of rectangle where both the height and width of the rectangle are the same size.
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