Q: Does rectangle have more than one pair of perpendicular sides?

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A rectangle is formed by perpendicular lines that create four 90 degree angles.

No unless it is in the form of a rectangle

Yes, because if you draw a rectangle, there'll be at the top and the right side touch.

A right angle has one pair of perpendicular sides.

Yes - the rectangle has two pairs of sides that are parallel respectively one to the other in each pair.

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A rectangle is formed by perpendicular lines that create four 90 degree angles.

No unless it is in the form of a rectangle

A square or a rectangle has perpendicular sides that meet each other at right angles which is 90 degrees.

The sides perpendicular to each other are at right angles (90 degrees, or square) to each other. An example of a figure with two pair of perpendicular sides is the rectangle.

Yes, because if you draw a rectangle, there'll be at the top and the right side touch.

The question contradicts itself. A dodecagon need not have any perpendicular sides.

A square and a rectangle because their corners meet at 90 degrees

shape no pairs of perpendicular sides

A polygon with only 1 pair of perpendicular sides is called a trapezoid. In a trapezoid, one pair of opposite sides are parallel, while the other pair are not parallel and intersect at a right angle. The sum of the interior angles of a trapezoid is always 360 degrees. Examples of trapezoids include isosceles trapezoids, right trapezoids, and scalene trapezoids.

I suppose. All of a square's sides are perpendicular.

No but its diagonals are perpendicular

No not normally