A rectangle or a square
Sure, a square is a rectangle and the diagonals of a square are perpendicular.
The diagonals of a square are perpendicular whereas the diagonals of a rectangle are not perpendicular.
The diagonals of a rectangle are never perpendicular but the diagonals of a square are perpendicular
circle: no corner triangle: 3 corners rectangle and square:4 corners pentagon:5 corners
Any 2D figure. eg: Square, Circle, Rectangle, Octagon, Pentagon, etc.
If the rectangle is square, yes. Otherwise, not.
A square and Rectangle
a square or a rectangle
as rectangle is to square I would say Rectangle is to Triangle. Because Hexagon-6sides, pentagon-5 sides, Rectangle-4 sides, triangle 3 sides. But that is just me :)
Square,Triangle,Rectangle,Rhombus and Pentagon.
Circle. Ellipse. Rectangle. Square. Triangle. Parallelogram. Trapezoid. Losenge. Deltoid. Pentagon. Hexagon. Parabola. That's twelve.
Square, circle, rectangle, octagon, pentagon, triangle, hexagon, trapezoid, rhombus. These are just some
1. square 2. hexagon 3. pentagon 4. rectangle 5. triangle 6. circle 7. octagon
No, the diagonals of a rectangle are not perpendicular. The angles between them depend on the dimensions of the rectangle.However, the diagonals of a square are perpendicular (and squares are technically "regular" rectangles, meaning that all sides and angles are equal).
no they dont have to be perpendicular, just square,rectangle, and isoceles trapizoid
Square, rectangle and ovals.
A square or a rectangle
I think it is either a right triangle, square, pentagon, or rectangle.
There are many geometric shapes. But the square, octagon, rectangle, pentagon, triangle, circle, hexagon and heptagon would be considered the main shapes.
All three of those figures is not a circle.
A trapezium has no right angles therefore there are no perpendicular lines. If it had perpendicular lines, it would be a square or rectangle.
All of them have, except the pentagon and octagon.
The largest rectangle inscribed in a circle would be the inscribed square. You can calculate the area of the square by the fact that its diagonal is the diameter of the circle.
No, not unless it is also a square.
Sometimes, only if it is a square.