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What Is a Quadrangle?

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A quadrangle is a word that refers to a plane figure that has four angles and sides especially a rectangle and square. It could also refer to a courtyard or space that is of this shape and is enclosed by buildings.
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A quadrangle is a planar polygon with four sides.
A quadrangles is basically any four-sided polygon. It doesn't have to be regular, though. Which means it doesn't have to be a square or a rectangle. It just has to have 4 sides.
Are you finding yourself if the middle of a quadrangle but not really so sure? You can be sure if you are in a rectangular area surrounded on all four sides by buildings.
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A quadrangle is another name for a quadrilateral. In geometry, quadrangles are any four sided polygon that also has four corners. The name quadrangle is an analogy for triangle.
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A quadrangle is another word for quadrilateral, a four sided figure, like squares or rectangles. It is any plane figure containing 4 straight sides and 4 angles. It can also refer
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1. Examine the quadrangle. If the quadrangle is not a square, then two angles will be obtuse and two will be acute. Identify which angles are acute and which are obtuse. Obtuse angles
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A quadrangle is a plane figure consisting of four points, each of which is joined to two
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