   Chapter 4.3, Problem 31E ### Elementary Geometry for College St...

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# In Exercise 29 to 31, explain why each statement is true.All sides of a square are congruent.

To determine

To explain:

Why the statement “All sides of a square are congruent” is true.

Explanation

Corollary used:

All sides of a square are congruent.

Definition used:

A square is a rectangle that has two congruent adjacent sides.

Approach:

Consider a rectangle with width a and length b.

By the definition of square we know that “A square is a rectangle that has two congruent adjacent sides”

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