Any rectangular parallelogram is said to be contained by the two straight lines containing the right angle.
A rectangle is said to be contained by any two adjacent sides. Thus, the rectangle \(\boxdot{ABCD}\) is said to be contained by \(\overline{AB}\), \(\overline{AD}\), or by \(\overline{AB}\), \(\overline{BC}\), etc.
The area of a rectangle contained by two sides is denoted by the product of their lengths. Thus, the area of the rectangle \(\boxdot{ABCD}\) is \(\overline{AB}\cdot \overline{AD}\), or \(\overline{AB}\cdot \overline{BC}\), etc.
Chapters: 1
Definitions: 2
Lemmas: 3 4 5 6
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