ITT We try and piss off Euclid as hard as possible. First, using curved lines, we are going to create a shape that follows the rules and parameters of a square, but is not a square.
>TFW Squares and Circles are related but Triangles are not
>using curved lines
Pretty sure Euclid would be OK with that.
Also it would help if you stated what properties and parameters a square has, is there anything apart from four equal 90 degree angles, all equal sides, consisting of only straight lines?
>>TFW Squares and Circles are related but Triangles are not
Quadrilateral <-> Triangle
Square <-> Equilateral Triangle
In the future, when something looks like it doesn't make sense, just assume that it's because you're a fucking moron.