A square has four perpendicular sides.
It has 4 perpendicular lines, or 4 equal sides. However, not all lines are perfectly equal!
Yes. The basic definition for a rectangle is 4 sides, four right angles(perpendicular), and opposite sides are congruent.
A parallelogram:is a quadrilateral (a four sided polygon)has opposite sides parallel and of equal lengthhas opposite angles equalThe area of a parallelogram is calculated by multiplying one side length by the perpendicular distance between that side and the side parallel to it. A rectangle is a special parallelogram in that all four angles are equal and are right angles (90°).A rhombus is a special parallelogram in that all four sides are of equal length.A square is a special parallelogram in that all four angles are equal (and are right angles) and all four sides are equal in length.
The question asks about four sides and 2 perpendicular sides. That makes 6 sides in all. So it is a hexagon with either only one right angle, or two sides that are mutually perpendicular.
It is a square as square has 4 sides and all of them are equal. Also it has 4 corners.
No. A rectangle has four equal angles, but the sides are not all equal.
-- The rhombus has four sides. -- All four of its sides are equal in length. -- Its opposite sides are parallel. -- The sum of its interior angles is 360 degrees. -- Its opposite angles are equal. -- Its diagonals are perpendicular and bisect each other. A rhombus with all 4 angles equal (at 90°) is called a square (which is a special kind of rectangle in which all 4 sides are of equal length); thus some rhombuses are rectangles (and some rectangles are rhombuses).