Q: Is a pentagon a perpendicular or a parallel line?

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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.

A regular pentagon does not. An irregular pentagon can.

Not as a regular 5 sided pentagon but quite possible as an irregular pentagon.

No, a pentagon is a polygon with 5 sides.

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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.

A regular pentagon does not. An irregular pentagon can.

yes they do. they have a perpendicular line. * * * * * No, a pentagon, as in a regular polygon does not have perpendicular lines. An irregular pentagon could, and you can always add perpendicular lines to any shape.

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Not as a regular 5 sided pentagon but quite possible as an irregular pentagon.

No, a pentagon is a polygon with 5 sides.

No, a pentagon is not perpendicular. The word perpendicular describes two lines (or line segments) that meet at a 90o angle.

The difference between a perpendicular line and a parallel line is that a perpendicular line crosses or joins, while a parallel line doesn't touch at all.

No. A regular pentagon has no perpendicular line segments

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since one parallel lines is perpendicular to another line, the other parallel line is perpendicular to the line as well. so the two would not be parallel, only the original two.