A pentagon can have 0, 1 or 2 pairs of parallel lines. It can have 0 to 4 lines perpendicular to an adjacent line. A rhombus must have two pairs of parallel lines and none of them may be perpendicular to any other.
No, a pentagon is not perpendicular. The word perpendicular describes two lines (or line segments) that meet at a 90o angle.
Perpendicular: No Parallel: Yes, two pairs.
Any two perpendicular lines ... meaning any pair of them ... are coplanar.
One. There's actually two...
Its Impossible. For there to be a shape where all five lines meet perfectly and there to be two pairs of perpendicular sides, there must three right angles. Alternitavely, you could have 1 pair of perpendicular lines and two rights angles, but certainly not both.
At least two pairs: they form the outer rectangle which represents the "universe".
A hexagon has three pairs of parallel sides. A pentagon has no lines parallel. Above answer is correct but only if they are regular hexagon and pentagons. A non-regular hexagon can have as little as none parallel lines. A non-regular pentagon can have two parallel lines.
It means two lines which are always the same perpendicular distance apart from one another.
Two lines that intersect will create2 pairs of equal angles and if the lines are perpendicular the angles created will be right angles
draw two intersecting lines that are not perpendicular
It has 2 pairs.
Perpendicular lines are any two lines that intersect at a 90 degree angle.
Perpendicular is when two lines cross... Parallel is when two lines never meet.... _____________ _____________ = PARALLEL LINES If they cross they are perpendicular, if they don't, they are parallel.
Each of the four lines is perpendicular - to two of the other lines.
Perpendicular lines are intersecting, but perpendicular lines are a special case where the angle between the two lines is a right angle (90
Two lines are perpendicular or orthogonal if they meet at a 90 degree angle.For instance,|__|are two perpendicular lines.
Is it possible for two lines with positive slopes to be perpendicular?
When two perpendicular lines cross, a right angle is formed.
A polygon need not have ANY perpendicular or parallel lines. For example, consider an equilateral triangle. It can happen that two sides of a polygon, extended if necessary, meet at a point where they form a 90 degree angle. Those two lines are perpendicular. There may be pairs of lines such that, no matter how far you extend them in either direction, they will never meet. Such lines are parallel. A triangle cannot have parallel lines but it can have perpendicular lines. Any polygon of 4 or more sides can have sides that are perpendicular or parallel (or some of each).
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yes but they have to meet at a 90 degree angle to be perpendicular.
Non-perpendicular intersecting lines. There is no special name.