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## Difference & Similarity between Square & Rectangle

 Area of Rectangle Perimeter of Rectangle Diagonals of Rectangle Difference & Similarity between Square & Rectangle

Following points helps us to understand similarities and differences between a square and a rectangle. The highlighted part is the difference between square and rectangle.

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• A square is a quadrilateral
• A rectangle is also a quadrilateral
• All angles of a Square are of 90 Degree each i.e. right angled at each vertex
• All angles of a Rectangle are also of 90 Degree each i.e. right angled at each vertex
• Opposite sides of square are parallel to each other
• Opposite sides of rectangle are also parallel to each other
• Diagonals of square are equal
• Diagonals of rectangle are also equal
• Diagonals of square bisect each other
• Diagonal of rectangle also bisect each other
• All sides of square are of equal length
• Only opposite side of rectangle are of equal length
• Diagonals of square are perpendicular bisector of each other
• Diagonals of rectangle are not perpendicular bisector of each other

• Hence, you can observe what are the similarities between a Square and Rectangle. The highlighted part is the difference between a Square and a Rectangle.