# What does a square and quadrilateral have in common?

**What does a square and quadrilateral have in common?**In

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A rectangle **has** two pairs of opposite sides parallel, and four right angles. It is also a parallelogram, since it **has** two pairs of parallel sides. A **square has** two pairs of parallel sides, four right angles, and all four sides **are** equal. No, because a rhombus **does** not **have** to **have** 4 right angles.

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Keeping this in consideration, what properties does a square have in common with a quadrilateral?

**Properties of a square**

- All sides and angles are congruent.
- Opposite sides are parallel to each other.
- The diagonals are congruent.
- The diagonals are perpendicular to and bisect each other.
- A square is a special type of parallelogram whose all angles and sides are equal.

Subsequently, question is, how does a quadrilateral relate to one another? All **quadrilaterals** have relationships to **one another**. For example: There are many different types of **quadrilaterals** and they all share the similarity of of having four sides, two diagonals and the sum of their interior angles is 360 degrees.

Subsequently, question is, is a square always a quadrilateral?

A **square** is a parallelogram. This is **always** true. Squares are **quadrilaterals** with 4 congruent sides and 4 right angles, and they also have two sets of parallel sides. Since rhombuses are **quadrilaterals** with 4 congruent sides, squares are by definition also rhombuses.

What is difference between Square and quadrilateral?

A **square** is a closed two-dimensional plane figure with four sides. All the four sides of the **square** are of equal measure. Also, the four interior angles of a **quadrilateral** are of 9o degrees. In other words, a **square** is considered as a **quadrilateral** or a 4-sided polygon.

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