In this tutorial, we learn how to understand the properties of a rectangle. A rectangle has four interior angles that add up to 360 degrees. All of the angles have to be exactly 90 degrees in a perfect rectangle. Two opposite sides have to be congruent and parallel. The other opposite sides also have to be congruent and parallel. The diagonals of the rectangle are not perpendicular but they are congruent and they intersect at the mid points. Diagonals are not perpendicular, but they are congruent and intersect at their mid points. All of these can give you a good idea of what a rectangle looks like and the math behind it!
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