A rhombus normally has no right angles (at the vertices). If a rhombus has right angles (at the vertices), it is called a square. The diagonals of a rhombus meet at right angles.
A rhombus with 2 right angles is not possible. Only a rhombus with 4 right angles is possible, a square.
a rhombus is a parallelogram with no right angles.
The diagonals of a rhombus intersect (meet) at right angles.
A rhombus does tessellate.
No, it is the other way around: a square is a rhombus with right angles.
A rhombus does not have four right angles. A square has four right angles, as does a rectangle.
None, the total sum of angles in a rhombus is 360 degrees but none of them are right angles.
A rhombus has four congruent sides. The angles don't matter, but if they're right angles, then the rhombus is a square.
A rhombus does not have right angles. A square always has right angles.
Yes a square always has 4 right angles but a rhombus never has any right angles.