# How can a figure be a rectangle, a rhombus, and a square?

Explain how a figure can be a rectangle, a rhombus, and a square.

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Explain how a figure can be a rectangle, a rhombus, and a square.

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- Geometry 260
- Squares 2
- Rhombus 1
- Optimization 9
- Area 23
- Word Problem 401
- Quadrilateral 6
- Dimensions 4
- Square 3
- Calculus 165
- Triangles 26
- Parabolas 25
- Derivatives 12
- Circles 12
- Perimeter 11
- Geometry Area Of Polygons 9
- Cylinder 8
- Maximum 5
- Polygons 4
- Radius 4