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By: Cody Ward, Craig Bartelsmeyer, Michaela Lunsford, Olivia Caldwell

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- A square is a quadrilateral and a four sided polygon.
- It is defined as having equal sides and four interior angles equaling 90 degrees.
- Opposite side and angles are congruent.
- Ex: A = B, C, & D

<1 = <2, <3, & <4

- Opposite sides are parallel.
- Ex: A ll D, B ll C

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- To find the perimeter of a square add all of the sides together or multiply one side by 4.
- Ex: X+X+X+X = perimeter of the square
4(X) = perimeter of a square

- To find the area multiply one side of the square by another side of the square or square one side.
- Ex: Y(Y) = area of the square
Y^2 = area of the square

- The diagonals of a square are congruent.
- Each diagonal of a square is a perpendicular bisector of the other.
- Angles between diagonals are all 90 degrees.

- To find the length of the diagonal, multiply one side by the square root of 2.

Two – Dimensional Hypercube

- In hyperbolic geometry, squares with right angles do not exist. Rather, squares in hyperbolic geometry have angles of less than right angles
- In spherical geometry, a square is a polygon whose edges are great circle arcs of equal distance, which meet at equal angles. Unlike the square of plane geometry, the angles are larger than a right angle.
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http://www.mathopenref.com/square.html

http://www.coolmath.com/reference/squares.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypercube

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