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Q: Show a picture of a pentagon with one right angle?

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Two lines that form a right angle are Perpendicular. This can be show by an upside down T.

This is not possible. If a triangle is a Right angled triangle then the sum of the two angles which are not right will be = 90 [Angle Sum Property] That's why you see.

Yes, AAA is a way to show that triangles are similar. Note, however, that AAA is not a way to show that triangles are congruent.

Without seeing the picture, I can't tell what's already known to be congruent, so there's no way I can figure out what 'else' is needed.

The Pentagon isn't in Washington DC, it's in Arlington, Virginia, but regardless of that, the pentagon is a five sided building with each side being 921 feet in length. 921 times 5 is 4605. The parameter of the pentagon is 4605 feet.

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If you wan't to show that a pentagon has no right angles, then don't put any right angle signs in the figure.

A pentagon has 5 sides.

A pentagon is a 5 sided shape. Google pentagon and it will show you a picture.

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An underlined M is a concave pentagon. M (See link below)

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An acute angle is a angle less than 90 degrees

A regular pentagon doesn't have any right angles ! See related link.

To show it is a right angle, and that it is perfectly square.

To show a right angle you have to mark the inside corner so that it looks like a square.

No, not through this browser.

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