Geometry# Are squares always a rectangle?

Yes squares are always rectangles because a rectangle is known as a shape with 4 sides; 2 of which are the same length. Since a square has 4 sides the same length in complies with the rectangle rule. The same cannot be said for the opposite however since a rectangle is not necessarily a square.

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