What is a regular quadrilateral?

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A regular quadrilateral is a quadrilateral with all four sides having equal length (equilateral), and all its four angles being right angles. A quadrilateral is a polygon with four sides and four angles. The main types of quadrilaterals include: parallelogram, the square, the trapezoid, the rectangle, and the rhombus.
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a square.
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The most standard type of quadrilateral is the square. It can be argued that
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It is called a square. "Regular" means all four angles are the same, and all four sides are the same. Source(s) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Square_28g….
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An angle is formed when two lines (or line segments) meet at a single point. Angles are classified into distinct groups based on their measurement in degrees. Acute angles measure
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