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When a right cylinder is viewed at right angle to its axis the projected form can be a square or a rectangle, which have 4 right angles.

The same applies if the cylinder is cut through on any plane parallel to its axis.

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YES!!! The right angle is the angle between the circular(disc) base and the (curved) wall od the cylinder.

NB To correct your spelling; , it is 'CYLINDER' not 'cilinder'.

Q: Does a cilinder have 4 right angles?

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