en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rectangle

In Euclidean plane geometry, a **rectangle** is a quadrilateral with four right **angles**.
It can also be ... A **rectangle** with four **sides** of equal length is a square. ... elliptic,
and hyperbolic, **have** so-called **rectangles** with opposite **sides** equal in length ...
De Villiers defines a **rectangle more** generally as any quadrilateral with axes of ...

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1. How many sides does an octagon have? ... 3. **Does a rectangle have more**
**sides or angles**? ... Does a polygon usually have more sides or more angles?

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4 **sides** and 4 90 degree **angles**.They **have** the same amount.

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3. **Does a rectangle have more sides or angles**? ... ______. 11. Does a polygon
usually have more sides or more angles? Explain.

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**Rectangles have** a couple of properties that help distinguish them from other
parallelograms. ... between various types of parallelograms and classify them
**more** specifically. ... The fact that Parallelogram A's diagonals intersect
perpendicularly **does** not ... We note that it has a pair of right **angles** and four
congruent **sides**.

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Actually, there are four **sides** to a **rectangle**, but also four 90 degree **angles** (right
**angles**). They **have** the same.it has **more angles** than **sides** there are four 90 ...

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Feb 19, 2009 **...** 2.1 Squares; 2.2 **Rectangles**; 2.3 Parallelograms; 2.4 Rhombuses ... Depending
on the **angles** and the **sides** we can sort the triangles into different ... triangle is
one in which one of the **angles** is obtuse (**more** than 90°). ... Isoceles triangle: An
isoceles triangle is one in which two **sides have** the same length.

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Mar 9, 2009 **...** A square and a **rectangle** each **have** 4 **sides** and 4 **angles**. The only difference
between them is that a square is a **rectangle** with equal **sides**.

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Polygons must **have** at least three **sides**, thus the polygons with the fewest
number of **sides** are .... **Rectangles** are parallelograms where the **angles** are all
90°.