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Rectangles are used in AutoCAD as a way of drawing straight lines. They can also be used to draw a box around objects on a drawing or create an area for plotting points.

A rectangle is a plane figure with four straight sides and four right angles. A rectangle is usually made up of two pairs of parallel lines that intersect at 90 degrees. It can also be defined as a parallelogram, but the latter has no right angles.

Drawing a rectangle is straightforward in AutoCAD. We can use the rectangle command to do this.

The rectangle tool is one of the most used tools in the Sketch app. It's mainly used to create rectangles, but it can be used to create other shapes like circles and squares too.

To draw a rectangle, follow these steps:

  • Select the Rectangle Tool from the toolbar.
  • Choose a width and height for your rectangle.
  • Click and drag to draw a rectangle on your artboard.
  • Fill it with color or pattern by clicking on the color or pattern icon in the toolbar.

A rectangle is a quadrilateral with four equal, parallel sides. The two pairs of opposite sides are called "legs" and the other two sides are called "sides". A square is a rectangle.

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