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Q: Does a square have adjacent sides that are perpendicular?

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no, if it does, then it's a square

A rectangle is a square only if all four sides are the same length. In architecture and construction, An item is considered square if adjacent sides are perpendicular to each other and in that sense, a rectangle can be considered square.

trapazoid

im not sure, but i think it might be a trapezoid

Any shape, other than a triangle can have a pair of perpendicular sides.

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Square.

no, if it does, then it's a square

Square & Rectangle are the only two. Rhombus (diamond) & parallelogram have adjacent sides, but no 90 degree angles (not perpendicular).

A square.

Adjacent sides of a rectangle are perpendicular.

A square or a rectangle would fit the given description.

Yes and they meet at right angles which is 90 degrees

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