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Maths Exercices
A square is a parallelogram with 4 congruent sides and 4 right angles.

A square is a particular case of a rectangle and a rhombus simultaneously. So, it shows both the properties of rhombus and rectangle simultaneously.

Square can be differentiated from a rectangle and rhombus due to following properties:

1. Unlike rectangle square needs to have all its sides equal.

2. Unlike rhombus square needs to have all angles equal to 90 degree.

Area of a square
If l is the side-length of a square, the area of the square is:

Find the area of the square having side-lenght 6