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# Is quadrilateral RSTV a rectangle? (1) The measure of

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26 Apr 2005, 07:38
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24. Is quadrilateral RSTV a rectangle?
(1) The measure of ∠RST is 90deg
(2) The measure of ∠TVR is 90deg
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26 Apr 2005, 07:49
"E"

can be square or a rectangle.
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26 Apr 2005, 07:52
but isnt a square supposed to be a rectangle with equal lengths and widths?
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26 Apr 2005, 08:11
Rupstar wrote:
but isnt a square supposed to be a rectangle with equal lengths and widths?

No they r two diff quadilaterals with diff attributes. Square is not a subset of rectangle.
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26 Apr 2005, 11:33
banerjeea_98 wrote:
Rupstar wrote:
but isnt a square supposed to be a rectangle with equal lengths and widths?

No they r two diff quadilaterals with diff attributes. Square is not a subset of rectangle.
:roll:

hmm. could you pls elabroat, banerjee? because i think square is a ractangle but ractangel is not a square. right.
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12 Aug 2005, 08:46
all squares are rectangles. C
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12 Aug 2005, 09:27
Well all squares are rectangles, but I don't think that is the answer to this question.

Two right angles doesn't make a quadrilateral a rectangle.
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12 Aug 2005, 22:06
Interesting question. I would have gone for 'E'.

Anyway, can somebody put OA & OE?
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13 Aug 2005, 01:05
it is E) cause even both combined it can be a kite since both are oposite angles so it is E) Agree that square is a special case of a rectangle
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14 Aug 2005, 21:02
All squares are rectangles. But two opposing angles are 90 degree doesn't mean the other two are also 90 degrees. So the answer to this should be E.
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