squares and rectangles
A rhombus has opposite equal parallel sides
Shapes are not parallel or perpendicular. Lines are.Every side of a rectangle is parallel to the side opposite it,and perpendicular to both of the sides next to it.
A single side cannot be perpendicular on its own. Two sides are perpendicular if they intersect at a 90 degree angle. There are many polygons, both regular and irregular, that can have perpendicular sides.
No. The only conditions to quality as a parallelogram is that it is a quadrilateral, and that opposite sides are parallel.
The rungs are perpendicular to both sides
If both pairs of opposite sides are parallel: A Rectangle, or a Square. If exactly one pair of opposite sides are parallel: An Isosceles Trapezoid. If it does not have parallel sides and one diagonal is the perpendicular bisector of the other: A Kite It is also possible that it does not have any parallel sides and neither diagonal is the perpendicular bisector of the other: A quadrilateral
All angles in both are perpendicular and both have two sets of parallel sides
No, you can't have two lines that are both parallel and perpendicular.