In this tutorial, we learn how to understand the properties of a square in Geometry. The four angles on the inside of a square have to be right angles. All but be 90 degrees and add up to 360. A square has four equal sides, which you can notate with lines on the sides. The diagonals of the square cross each other at right angles, so all four angles are also 360 degrees. Diagonals have to be equal in length to each other as well. Once you better understand this, you will be able to learn more about squares and how to use them in math!
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