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Q: Can you see a quadrangle that has at least 1 right angle?

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Yes, I can.

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You use the right angle next to an acute angle perhaps and you see that when a angle is closer together it is an acute angle and if it is spread apart or farther apart from a right angle it is an obtuse angle. If the angle is a straight line and doesn't look bent like a right angle it is a straight angle.

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This is not possible. If a triangle is a Right angled triangle then the sum of the two angles which are not right will be = 90 [Angle Sum Property] That's why you see.

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You're not at the right angle to see them.

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