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## What is opposite side of square?

Opposite sides of a square are both parallel and equal in length. All four angles of a square are equal (each being 360°/4 = 90°, a right angle).

### What are opposite vertices?

[′äp·ə·zət ′vərd·ə‚sēz] (mathematics) Two vertices of a polygon with an even number of sides that have the same number of sides between them along either path around the polygon from one vertex to the other.

#### What are opposite vertices of a rectangle?

A rectangle has two opposite vertices at the points (1, 2) and (5, 5).

**What makes a shape a square?**

Square: A square is a two-dimensional plane figure with four equal sides, four interior right angles, and four corners. In other words, a square is a quadrilateral or a 4-sided polygon. All the angles are of equal measure, therefore it is considered as an equiangular quadrilateral.

**How many vertices does a square have?**

4

Square/Number of vertices

## Do circles vertices?

0

Circle/Number of vertices

### What are consecutive vertices?

Consecutive vertices of a polygon are any two vertices that are connected by a single side.

#### How do you know if a rectangle is a square?

If we measure from one corner to the opposite corner diagonally (as shown by the red line), and then compare that distance to the opposite diagonal measurement (as depicted by the blue line), the two distances should match exactly. If they are equal, the assembly is square.

**What are the vertices of a square ABCD?**

The two given vertices of the square ABCD are A (−1, 2) and C (3, 2). Let B (x, y) be the unknown vertex. We know, all the sides of square are equal.

**How to calculate the other two points on a square?**

Given two diagonally opposite points on a square, how to calculate the other two points Ask Question Asked7 years, 9 months ago Active2 years, 11 months ago Viewed22k times 5 5 $\\begingroup$ I’m not a mathematician, just a programmer working on a (pro bono) job with a bit of geometry involved.

## How to find the first corner of a square?

For the second one, I extended a line through one of the corners from the centrepoint then rotated 45 degrees to find the first corner. Follow that with three more rotations of 90 degrees and the job is done.$\\endgroup$– DylanSep 28 ’13 at 3:25