As weird as it sounds it’s true!

All squares are rectangles.

Definitions:

**square – a figure with four equal sides and four right angles**

**rectangle – a figure with four sides and four right angles**

If we read these definitions closely, we can see that the rectangle definition says nothing about the length of the sides. So we can create a rectangle with four equal sides and that special rectangle will be called a square.

This statement doesn’t work the other way. Clearly not every rectangle is a square. Check the example below:

Classwork is attached below: