Can a Triangle Have 2 Perpendicular Sides?

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A triangle can have two perpendicular sides if it is a right angled triangle. In this type of triangle, two sides are perpendicular, while one side is a hypotenuse. A right angled triangle has 90 degrees at the point where the two perpendicular sides meet.
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