# name the quadrilateral whose diagonals are equal

The first thing we need to know about the quadrilateral whose diagonals are equal is that it is a right triangle. This means that the two sides of the quadrilateral are equal in length, and the two angles of the quadrilateral are the same either side. Another way to say this would be that the angles equal 90 degrees.

This is just a bit confusing. What we are trying to say is that the angle between the diagonal and the two sides of the quadrilateral are equal. The angle between the diagonal and the two sides of the quadrilateral is the same as the angle between the two sides of the quadrilateral. This means that the diagonal angle is a zero square.

The name is not really helpful. There are really several other ways to look at this problem. One would be that the angle between the diagonals is the same as the other two angles of the quadrilateral. If we were to draw the quadrilateral and mark two sides, then the angle between the diagonals would be the angle between the two sides. This is not true.