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Q: Does a rhombus have perpendicular lines and parallel lines?

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It is impossible for parallel lines to be perpendicular. Perpendicular lines are intersecting lines, meaning that they cross each other. Parallel lines, on the other hand, are lines that never meet, no matter how far they are extended in either direction. So intersecting lines (which includes perpendicular lines) and parallel lines are exact opposites. Parallel lines will never meet or cross; they cannot be perpendicular.

I, the top and bottoms lines are parallel, but the vertical line is perpendicular to the top and bottom lines.

Railroad tracks or the number 11 are parallel lines. A cross or a small t are perpendicular lines. Also the two ll's in the middle of parallel are parallel lines.

No, oblique lines are neither parallel nor perpendicular

perpendicular lines run at 90% angles to each other not Parallel

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A rhombus is perpendicular * * * * * No, it is not. A rhombus is a four sided plane figure which has two pairs of parallel sides. It is, therefore, a parallelogram. The only thing that is perpendicular in a rhombus is that its diagonals bisect one another at right angles.

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