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Q: What is the total degree in all the angles of a trapezoid?

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A trapezoid is a quadrilateral and like all quadrilaterals it will have a total sum of 360 degrees of interior angles.

No, not all angles in a trapezoid are congruent. A trapezoid may have two pairs of congruent angles, or may have no congruent angles.

For all trapezoids, and indeed all quadrilaterals, the total of inside angles is 360°.

A trapezoid is a quadrilateral. All quadrilaterals have four angles whose sum is 360 degrees. If two of the angles are right angles, that accounts for 180 degrees of the total. Therefore, the other two angles must total 180 degrees as well.

The four interior angles of a trapezoid add up to 360 degrees

The 4 interior angles of a trapezoid add up to 360 degrees.

This is not a trapezoid. For all trapezoids (in plane Geometry), the two sets of side angles must be supplementary, or add to 180. No two angles given are supplementary.

All angles in any trapezoid add up to 360 degrees

Only if it is an isosceles trapezoid otherwise no.

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No, for two reasons. First of all, a trapezoid has only 4 angles, so you can't have 5 angles, or it would be a pentagon. Second of all, the maximum number of obtuse angles someone can have in a trapezoid is two.

well a trapezoid is a square (has four sides) in all different angles: there are 2 obtuse angles and 2 acute angles Hope it helps

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