Q: What is a shape with five sides and 2 right angles?

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A shape with five sides would be a pentagon, but a shape can not have 5 right angles. Squares and Rectangles are both shapes with 4 sides and 4 right angles. They are the only shape with the same amount of right angles as there is sides.

A regular pentagon. (If it's not regular, then it could have a right angle, or even a few of them.)

Its Impossible. For there to be a shape where all five lines meet perfectly and there to be two pairs of perpendicular sides, there must three right angles. Alternitavely, you could have 1 pair of perpendicular lines and two rights angles, but certainly not both.

A pentagon has five sides and five angles, the only 2-D shape with these characteristics.

An irregular pentagon.

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A shape with five sides would be a pentagon, but a shape can not have 5 right angles. Squares and Rectangles are both shapes with 4 sides and 4 right angles. They are the only shape with the same amount of right angles as there is sides.

a pentagon

octagon

A shape with 5 sides and 5 angles is a pentagon.

A regular pentagon. (If it's not regular, then it could have a right angle, or even a few of them.)

Pentagon

Its Impossible. For there to be a shape where all five lines meet perfectly and there to be two pairs of perpendicular sides, there must three right angles. Alternitavely, you could have 1 pair of perpendicular lines and two rights angles, but certainly not both.

A shape with five angles and five sides that do not all measure the same is an irregular pentagon. A regular pentagon has all five sides and angles the same size.

An irregular pentagon is a polygon that has five sides and two right angles. A regular polygon on the other hand does not have right angles.

A pentagon has five sides and five angles, the only 2-D shape with these characteristics.

a Pentagon is five sided and CAN have 3 right angles.

None. It is mathematically impossible.