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Give reasons for the following.
A square can be thought of as a special rectangle.


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In a rectangle, all the interior angles are of the same measure, i.e., $$90^o$$ and only the opposite sides of the rectangle are of the same length whereas in case of a square, all the angles are of $$90^o$$ and all the sides are of the same length. In other words, a rectangle with all sides equal becomes a square. Therefore, a square is a special rectangle.

Mathematics
NCERT
Standard VI

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