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posted by Anonymous .
if a quad is equilateral the quad is a square
true right? or is it false?
kindda stupid question but i gotta b sure of it

If you mean a quadrilateral the answer is no. It can also be a rhombus. (A rhombus looks like the "diamond" on playing cards.)
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