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-- Every quadrilateral has four sides.

-- If it has no right angles, then it could be a parallelogram, a rhombus,

a kite, a trapezoid, or any non-regular quadrilateral.

Q: What do you call a quadrilateral with four sides but no right angles?

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You call it a parallelogram.

It is a regular quadrilateral in the form of a square

quadrilateral quadrangle

A shape with five sides would be a pentagon, but a shape can not have 5 right angles. Squares and Rectangles are both shapes with 4 sides and 4 right angles. They are the only shape with the same amount of right angles as there is sides.

Rhombus

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You call it a parallelogram.

a rhombus

It is a regular quadrilateral in the form of a square

quadrilateral quadrangle

If three of the angles of a quadrilateral are right angles, then the fourth angle must also be a right angle. The sum of the interior angles of any two-dimensional (planar) geometric figure must add up to 360 degrees. As this is the case, three times 90 equals 270, and 270 subtracted from 360 leaves 90. The quadrilateral described here is a rectangle. If all the sides are the same length, it is a special case of a rectangle that we call a square.

A shape with five sides would be a pentagon, but a shape can not have 5 right angles. Squares and Rectangles are both shapes with 4 sides and 4 right angles. They are the only shape with the same amount of right angles as there is sides.

Perpendicular side meet at right angles.

Rhombus

i think you call it a irregular quadrilateral

a rhombus

The minimum number of sides for a polygon is 3 sides.

Rhombus