Q: What is a parallelogram with two right angles?

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Not always. A parallelogram only has to have two equal parallel sides and its angles does not have to be 90°. Only two types of parallelogram, the rectangle and the square, have four right angles.

A square because a parallelogram has two parallel sides and have two adjacent right angles but a square and a rectangle have also a two adjacent 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 consists of two pairs of parallel lines which means that it is a parallelogram. However, the angles of a parallelogram need not be right angles, so all parallelograms are not right angles.

a rhombus is a parallelogram with no right angles.

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Not always. A parallelogram only has to have two equal parallel sides and its angles does not have to be 90°. Only two types of parallelogram, the rectangle and the square, have four right angles.

A parallelogram does not have to be four right angles. A parallelogram is a four sided shape with two parallel lines.

A square because a parallelogram has two parallel sides and have two adjacent right angles but a square and a rectangle have also a two adjacent right angles.

no

Depends on your question. A rectangle is a parallelogram and has 4 right angles. BUT A parallelogram can have only a total of one, two, or four right angles. Mathematically, 3 right angles is 270 degrees. A parallelogram has 360 degrees. 360 - 270 = 90 degrees = right angle.

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.

Except for rectangles, no parallelogram has right angles.

A rectangle consists of two pairs of parallel lines which means that it is a parallelogram. However, the angles of a parallelogram need not be right angles, so all parallelograms are not right angles.

A rhombus or a parallelogram

no a parallelogram dosent have 4 right angles

a rhombus is a parallelogram with no right angles.

A parallelogram is a quadrilateral (four-sided polygon) with two pairs of parallel sides. By definition, a parallelogram does not need to have all right angles. Think of rhombuses, which do not have any right angles, yet are parallelograms. Therefore, the answer is no.