There are lots of polygons like that. If by 1 right angle, you mean exactly 1 right angle, there are no such quadrilaterals, but there are pentagons (in fact n-gons for all n>=5.)
A right angle has no parallel lines, but it does have perpendicular lines that meet at right angles.
No, parallel lines do not meet at a right angle. In theory, parallel lines never meet. In practice, parallel lines on earth could meet at the North Pole and/or the South Pole. Perpendicular lines meet at a right angle.
Answera polygon that has two right angles and one set of parallel lines is a hexagon
One line by itself can't be parallel technically. To have a polygon with 2 lines parallel to each other and exactly 1 right angle, one could simply draw a warped hexagon with two lines intersecting each other at nine degrees, then connecting to 2 lines parallel to each other, then 2 other lines randomly placed to avoid making another 90° angle
Parallel refers to lines and not angles A right angle is formed by 2 lines that are perpendicular to each other and not parallel If you already have a line and you draw two lines which are at right angles to it, those two lines are parallel.
Right angle triangle, yup that's right
There are no parallel lines in any triangle but a right angle triangle has perpendicular line that meet each other at 90 degrees.
I'm sorry there is no possible way to make a parallel lines form a right angle in any sort of shape unless u where to bend one of the lines in which case they would no longer be parallel.
No parallel lines but a right angle triangle has perpendicular lines.
I don't think this is possible. there is not a quadrilateral with these qualities. If it is a quadrilateral, it will automatically have parallel lines, but there is not one that has both. The closest one would be the trapezoid, with a set of parallel lines, but no right angle. The square and rectangle have two sets of parallel lines and 4 right angles.
A right angle triangle
No they are perpendicular if the intersect at a right angle. + is perpendicular, = is parallel
There are no parallel sides in a right angle triangle
A right angle triangle.
That would be a right trapezoid.
No. A triangle can never have parallel lines. Parallel lines run alongside each other, so that if they continued forever, they would never meet, such as the top and bottom of a square. All lines meet in a triangle. A right triangle is distinguished by having one 90 degree angle (also known as a right angle).
Rhombus or paralellogram
Any polygon can have a right angle. A right angled triangle is an example.
No, because parallel lines will always go the same directions and never make a right angle.
Perpendicular lines meet at a right angle so a right angled triangle has two lines which are perpendicular to eachother. However there are no parallel lines in a right angled triangle, or any triangles for that matter.
A right angle trapezoid
Any polygon, if it is not regular, can have 1 right angle.
No, right angles are the same as perpendicular. A right angle means that 2 lines intersect at 90 degrees which makes them perpendicular. Two lines that are parallel do not intersect at all.
It would be a rectangle.
Well I can think of a pentagon that would. Imagine a parallelogram flat on the table and then chop one of the angled sides vertically down. You'd give it an extra side and make 1 angle only on the shape a right angle.