Q: How many of perpendicular lines in a rectangle?

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A trapezium has no right angles therefore there are no perpendicular lines. If it had perpendicular lines, it would be a square or rectangle.

A parallelogram has 2 pairs of parallel lines and in the form of a rectangle it has 2 pairs of parallel lines and 4 perpendicular lines that meet at each of its corners at right angles.

A circles has no perpendicular lines. Perpendicular lines are two straight lines that join forming 90 degree angles. They are found in squares, rectangles, and right-angled triangles. A circle is made by one line that is not straight but is curved. If you drew a circle, rectangle, right-angled triangle, or cross in the circle, then the circle would contain perpendicular lines. But the circle itself would have no perpendicular lines.

Rectangles are made up of 2 sets of parallel lines, which are perpendicular to one another.

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.

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There are four perpendicular lines in a rectangle

A rectangle has 4 perpendicular lines that meet at right angles.

A rectangle's perpendicular lines are ALWAYS adjacent to eachother

perpendicular.

They are what makes it a rectangle. The rectangle is a special kind of parallelogram. The perpendicular lines cause it to be called a rectangle.

A trapezium has no right angles therefore there are no perpendicular lines. If it had perpendicular lines, it would be a square or rectangle.

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A rectangle has four 90º (right) angles. A right angle makes lines or line segments perpendicular to each other.

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

It can have none, two, three or four.