Q: Which shapes does not have perpendicular lines?

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Lots of shapes. To start with, an irregular blob (that is a technical term)!

Shapes are not parallel or perpendicular. Lines are.Every side of a rectangle is parallel to the side opposite it,and perpendicular to both of the sides next to it.

Its a Right Triangle * * * * * No, a right triangle has only one pair of perpendicular lines. One possible answer is a kite, with right angles at the left and right extremes. There would be an obtuse apex and an acute bottom (or the other way around).

These lines are perpendicular: _|

Lines that aren't perpendicular

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Right triangles have a set of perpendicular lines and no parallel lines.

Two-dimensional shapes made with perpendicular lines include (but are not limited to) right-triangles, rectangles, octagons, and dodecagons. Three-dimensional shapes made with perpendicular lines include (but are not limited to) cubes, octahedrons, cuboctahedrons, and icosahedrons.

Some do, some don't.

Put 2 lines on the perpendicular sides and put 1 line for the parallel sides

Diamonds come in all shapes and sizes, which determine the number of perpendicular lines (assuming you are referring to the edges as the lines) so there is no one number of lines or perpendicular lines on a diamond.

Lots of shapes. To start with, an irregular blob (that is a technical term)!

Shapes are not parallel or perpendicular. Lines are.Every side of a rectangle is parallel to the side opposite it,and perpendicular to both of the sides next to it.

= parallel + perpendicular As such no, perpendicular lines do not naturally have parallel lines. However...connect the lines in the symbols below. ++ ++ And you'll have 4 perpendicular lines, and 4 parallel lines.

Perpendicular lines intersect.

PERPENDICULAR

These lines are perpendicular: _|

Lines that aren't perpendicular