A trapezoid may either have no right angles or two right angles. It can have two right angles providing that the other two angles are acute and obtuse, respectively. The four interior angles must add up to 360 degreesNone normally but it is possible for a trapezoid to have 2 right angles, 1 obtuse angle and 1 acute angle that altogether add up to 360 degrees
Obtuse angles measure in degrees more than 90 snd less than 180.
All triangles have 3 angles - whether they are acute angled, right angled or obtuse angled.
The square has four right angles. The pentagon has two right angles.
Assuming that a traingle is meant to be a triangle, then the answer is none.
an obtuse angle has 2 angles. Obtuse angle: _/-acute / right
a trapezium has two obtuse angles or one if it has a right angle
It ha one right angle, two obtuse angles and one acute angle
2, obtuse and reflex angles are larger than right angles A straight angle is larger.
None. An acute triangle is one in which all angles are acute. An obtuse triangle is one in which one of the angles is obtuse. A right angled triangle is one in which one angle is a right angle (90o)
None... All 4 angles are right angles (right angle means 90 degrees), meaning the angles are neither obtuse, nor acute.
There are typically 3 angles, obtuse, acute, and right. obtuse- an angle that measures over 90° acute- an angle that measures less than 90° right- an angle that measures exactly 90°
the answer is 5 each tip of the star is a acute angle and each angle on the inside of the star is an obtuse angle. there are 5 obtuse angles and no right angles.
A hexagon has NO acute angles all the angles are obtuse on a hexagon.
Depends. Most of the time the angles are acute or obtuse