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Q: What is a parallelogram with no right angles called?

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It is the parallelogram whose angles are right angles.

A rectangle

A rhombus is an equilateral parallelogram that does not have a right angle.

A parallelogram is a figure with different lengths and widths(also called breadth) where opposite sides and opposite angles are equal. But the angles are not 900 each. In fact, no angle in a parallelogram is a right angle as presence of 1 right angle proves all the angles to be right angles. A parallelogram with 4 right angles is called as a ''rectangle''

Except for rectangles, no parallelogram has right angles.

There are no right angles in a parallelogram. A parallelogram only has right angles if it is a rectangle, in which case it has exactly four.

A rectangle, possibly a square. Can you see why a parallelogram must be a rectangle if any one of its angles is right?

no a parallelogram dosent have 4 right angles

a rhombus is a parallelogram with no right angles.

A parallelogram with four right angles is typically called either a Rectangle or a Square.

Parallelogram have 4 right angles. (because, square and rectangle is also parallelogram)

a parallelogram has no right angles

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