Q: Do parallelograms have acute obtuse or right angles?

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no parallelograms can have either obtuse or acute angles. however not a right angle s it makes it a rectangle

A rectangle cannot have any obtuse angles; it contains only right angles. Parallelograms can have two, provided that the others are acute.

It can have 0 or 2 right angles, 1 or 2 acute or obtuse angles.

there are 4 types of common angles. right, obtuse, acute, and straight.

A trapezoid contains either:two acute angles and two obtuse angles orone acute angle, one obtuse angle and two right angles.

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no parallelograms can have either obtuse or acute angles. however not a right angle s it makes it a rectangle

A rectangle cannot have any obtuse angles; it contains only right angles. Parallelograms can have two, provided that the others are acute.

It can have 0 or 2 right angles, 1 or 2 acute or obtuse angles.

there are 4 types of common angles. right, obtuse, acute, and straight.

NO!!! All four angles are right-angles (90 degrees) The word 'rectangle' means -right-angled quadrilateral.

A trapezoid contains either:two acute angles and two obtuse angles orone acute angle, one obtuse angle and two right angles.

acute<90 right=90 obtuse>90

* Acute * obtuse * right

No it is impossible a triangle can have: 3 acute angles 1 right and 2 acute angles 1 obtuse and 2 acute angles

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Obtuse angles.Another Answer:-If it is a regular hexagon then the interior angles are obtuse and the exterior angles are acute which are 120 and 60 degrees respectively