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If a property is trie in a square, what other figures must it be true in

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If a property is true for a square, then it is also true for a parallelogram, rhombus and rectangle. A square is a combination of all of these figures (parallelogram, rhombus and rectangle), therefore it is a very specific type of quadrilateral.


A square has 4 90º angles but a parallelogram doesn't necessarily have 90º angles. What about a rhombus ?
A square has 4 sides of equal measure but a parallelogram and a rectangle don't necessarily have 4 sides of equal length.