Q: What shape has two perpendicular lines and three right angles?

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A right angled triangle.

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.

square

Right angles!

A right angle triangle.

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A right angled triangle.

Right angles are formed by perpendicular lines. If the lines would extend, to make two intersecting lines, they would form four right angles. Perpendicular lines are written like this: . From its shape, you can already tell that it forms at least two right angles.

None normally unless its in the shape of a rectangle which has 4 perpendicular lines creating 4 right angles

A circle

They are perpendicular lines that meet at right angles which is 90 degrees.

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.

square

No sides perpendicular means no right angles. A rhombus is a quadrilateral with no right angles so no sides perpendicular.

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A perpendicular shape is one where either one or more or even all of the angles are right angles. Some examples are rectangles and squares.

A line that is at 90 degrees to another line is called a perpendicular line. Perpendicular lines intersect at right angles (90 degrees) forming a "L" shape.

Right angles!