A four-sided figure having only right angles; a right-angled parallelogram.
A quadrilateral with four 90 degree angles.
A rectangle specified in terms of its top-left corner and the co-ordinate below and to the right of its bottom-right corner. See also: point size region
A quadrilateral with all interior right angle
A quadrilateral with 4 right angles
A parallelogram which has four right angles.
A plane figure with 4 sides and 4 right angles.
Any four-sided figure with 4 right angles.
a parallelogram with a right angle
a four-sided figure where the opposite sides are of equal length
a four-sided figure with two opposite sides of equal length
a four-sided figure with two vertical sides and two horizontal ones
a four-sided geometric figure you can use either as an independent aesthetic object in a slide or as a border around text or around another object
a four-sided shape with every angle at ninety degrees
a geometric figure made of four sides that compose four right angles
a geometric figure that has four sides
a kind of parallelogram
an 'equiangular quadrilateral' (all angles have the same measure)
a special case of the isosceles trapezoid, where it doesn't matter which pair of sides you use
a tuple consisting of four components which locate the element by means of absolute coordinates
A four-sided polygon that has four right angles and each pair of opposite sides parallel and of the same length
a four-sided plane closed figure having opposite sides equal and parallel and four right angles.
1. A four-sided polygon whose sides are parallel to the coordinate axes. 2. A Lisp object that represents a rectangle.
parallelogram with all right angles (rectus = right)
a quadrilateral with two sets of parallel sides
A quadrilateral whose alternate edges are parallel to each other in object coordinates. Polygons specified with glRect*() are always rectangles; other quadrilaterals might be rectangles.
A four-sided polygon, quadrilateral, with opposites sides equal and all angles are right angles.
Four-sided figure with four right angles.
A rectangle is a four-sided figure (a quadrilateral) whose sides are at right angles to each other. A square is a type of rectangle whose four sides are all the same length.
A quadrilateral that has four 90 degree angles. Squares are a type of rectangle.
A parallelogram with four right angles.
a geometric shape with four sides that are at right angles to each other. Paper usually comes in rectangles.
An equiangular parallelogram (Lesson 2.7).
A quadrilateral with four right angles.
A shape with four sides and four 90-degree angles (a square is a type of rectangle with four equal sides).
A four-sided polygon with four right angles (90 degrees).
a four-sided figure in which the opposte sides have the same length.
In geometry, a rectangle is defined as a quadrilateral where all four of its angles are right angles.