Properties of a rhombus, rectangle, and a square


Hello welcome to MooMooMath. In this video
I would like to talk about rectangles,rhombuses, and squares.
Each of these shapes are pland 2 dimensional shapes.
Each of these shapes are considered a polygon, which is a closed figure composed of line
segments. They also are considered quadrilaterals which
mean they each have 4 sides They also are all parallelograms.which means
they have opposite sides that are parallel. Let’s look at some unique properties of a
rhombus,rectangle, and a square. Let’s
take a look at 14 properties of a rhombus. A Rhombus is a Quadrilateral, which means
it has four sides, and the sides of a rhombus are congruent.
The opposite sides of a rhombus are parallel. The opposite angles of a Rhombus are congruent.
The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular. The diagonals of a Rhombus create form four
congruent interior triangles. The diagonals of a rhombus bisect each other
which means they cut each other in half. The formula for perimeter equals 4 s s equals
sides The formula for area equals 1/2 diameter 1
+ diameter 2 a rhombus has all the properties of a parallelogram
opposite sides congruent,opposite angles congruent,diagonals bisect each other
All squares are rhombuses but not all rhombuses are squares Properties of a rectangle
A rectangle is part of the quadrilateral family. A rectangle is a plane shape with 4 sides.
In addition, it has several other properties A rectangle is a 4 sided polygon, with opposite
sides being parallel. In addition, a rectangle has 4 right angles
and the sum of the interior angles add to 360 degrees.
The diagonals of a rectangle are equal length The diagonals bisect and create two equal
triangles. Opposite sides are equal and parallel
All squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares.
Properties of a square A square is a plane shape that is a quadrilateral
that is 2D so it has length and width but not height.
A square has 4 congruent sides 4 equal sides. Along with these 4 sides a square has 4 right
angles The diagonals are perpendicular and create
4 right angles. The diagonals bisect each other.
The diagonals of a square also bisect opposite angles
and create equal 45 degree angles. The diagonals create congruent triangles
Triangle ABC is congruent to ACD A
square can be considered a rhombus with four
right angles or a square with 4 equal sides. Thanks for watching

56 Replies to “Properties of a rhombus, rectangle, and a square

  1. May i know , what animator or what did you used to edit this ? Just badly need for our video too . Regarding square . Thanks 😃

  2. OK cool, I got that if you make a diagonal line from the bottom left to the top right, that line creates a 45 degree angle I sorta knew that but now I'm certain.
    What I was really hoping for is if you make a line from the bottom left to the center of the right most face… what angle would that be on? 30 degrees?

  3. Whelp….I have a quiz on this tomorrow, I have no clue what I'm doing. This makes sense. I really hope I do well. Thank you

  4. OMG thx dude this helped a lot i could not get what this means in my rewiew for my test but when i watched your vid in youtube i understood what to do and i have a testmtommorow thanks a lot

  5. 3:12 diagonals bisect and they are not of same size…How come…diagonal d1 and d2 may not be of the same size

  6. Thanks I have to prepare for rhombus for my maths club and this helped me a lot in doing my project. I hope I got A+ because I have decorate my project best and I am also writing the best material in it so thanks for the video. Can you even explain pentagon and hexagon coz that's my new progect I have to do. Thanks anyways 😃

  7. The graphic at 3:11 is incorrect, the arrows point to the parts of the bisected segments but one should point to one part of the other bisected segment.

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