Q: Do diagonal lines in a trapezium cross at right angles?

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A trapezium can have right angles as long as there is at least one pair of parallel lines.

a trapezium is this shape this means it is a shape with 2 striate lines & 2 diagonal lines or it could look like this they can come in many different ways

Yes its 2 diagonal intersect at right angles

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Yes they do,because if both diagonal lines cross over and perform a cross is were the point in the middle meets.

A trapezium can have right angles as long as there is at least one pair of parallel lines.

A trapezium has no right angles therefore there are no perpendicular lines. If it had perpendicular lines, it would be a square or rectangle.

a trapezium is this shape this means it is a shape with 2 striate lines & 2 diagonal lines or it could look like this they can come in many different ways

Yes its 2 diagonal intersect at right angles

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A perpendicular diagonal is a pair of segments or lines that cross a polygon making a perpendicular

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None normally unless it has 2 right angles A trapezium has a pair of parallel sides of different lengths

The internal angles add up to 360 degrees. If the trapezium has its base parallel to the top then the internal angles on the left of the parallel lines add to 180 degrees, the angles on the right add to 180 degrees.