Q: What is a polygon that has 2 parallel lines 2 obtuse 2 acute angles?

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trapezoid

parallelogram

Angles are usually illustrated as two acute and two obtuse, but there can be two right, one acute and one obtuse. Angles cannot be parallel since that is a characteristic of lines, not angles!

No, a trapezoid does not have four obtuse angles. A trapezoid has one pair of parallel sides and the other pair of non-parallel sides. The angles of a trapezoid can be a combination of acute, obtuse, and right angles, but it cannot have four obtuse angles.

A rhombus (pushed over square) will give you 2 pairs of parallel, congruent sides, 2 acute angles and 2 obtuse angles.

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trapezoid

trapezoid

parallelogram

A square

Parallelogram.

Angles are usually illustrated as two acute and two obtuse, but there can be two right, one acute and one obtuse. Angles cannot be parallel since that is a characteristic of lines, not angles!

No, a trapezoid does not have four obtuse angles. A trapezoid has one pair of parallel sides and the other pair of non-parallel sides. The angles of a trapezoid can be a combination of acute, obtuse, and right angles, but it cannot have four obtuse angles.

A rhombus (pushed over square) will give you 2 pairs of parallel, congruent sides, 2 acute angles and 2 obtuse angles.

A rhombus - or parallelogram.

polygon

A triangle having all angles less than 90 degrees is a polygon having no parallel sides and all acute angles.

Trapezium!