Draw a square, triangle, rhombus, and pentagon. Identify the types of line segments that make each shape (parallel, perpendicular, intersecting). List the total number of angles in each shape. I do not get anything besides the part when I need to draw please help.

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  1. Surely it's not that bad.

    You can't figure out the number of angles in each shape? Hint: there are as many angles as there are sides.

    Also, you must know about parallel, perpendicular and intersecting lines. After all, if you know how to draw a square or a rhombus, you have to know how to determine that you have drawn the correct shape.

    Post your work so far, and maybe we can work out what's still missing.

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