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What is a quadrilateral with two sets of parallel sides and ninety degree angles?

a square


Does a parallelogram have a 90 degree angle?

No , a parallelogram can not have a 90 Degree angle .Reason : A Parallelogram can be defined as a quadrilateral whose two s sides are parallel to each other and all the four angles at the vertices are not 90 degrees or right angles, then the quadrilateral is called a parallelogram.


What are to quadrilateral that are equal?

90 degree angles


How many degrees is there in a square?

360 degrees because there are 2 pairs of parallel lines, and they are perpendicular, meaning that they meet at 90 degree angles. There are 4 of these 90 degree angles, thus making the square, (or any other 4 sided figure, called a quadrilateral) have 360 degrees.


What type of quadrilateral has two 80 degree angles and two 100 degree angles?

It is a parallelogram or a rhombus


A quadrilateral with four 90-degree angles?

A rectangle.


A quadrilateral with all ninety degree angles called?

It's called a rectangle, the sides must be same length in addition to it having all 90 angles for it to be a square.


What is a quadrilateral with four 90-degree angles?

A square and a rectangle


A quadrilateral with four 90 degree angles?

A square or a rectangle


How many pairs of parallel sides does a quadrlateral have?

Since a quadrilateral is a defined as any object with two sets of two parallel lines that form four 90 degree right angles. It would have 2 sets of 2 parallel lines.


Can squares be rectangles?

Yes. A rectangle is a quadrilateral with four 90 degree angles.


What type of quadrilateral has a 100 degree 110 degree 80 degree and a 70 degree angle?

A trapazoid has those angles