Q: What polygon does not have right angles?

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Any polygon can have at least one right angled - for example a right angled triangle. An example of an irregular polygon with only right angles is a rectangle.

Any polygon with 4 or more sides can have only two right angles.

regular polygon\

no, because a polygon with four right angles is a rectangle

a square

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An irregular pentagon is a polygon that has five sides and two right angles. A regular polygon on the other hand does not have right angles.

a polygon with 5 sides and 2 right angles is a pentagon

Any polygon can have at least one right angled - for example a right angled triangle. An example of an irregular polygon with only right angles is a rectangle.

Any polygon with 4 or more sides can have only two right angles.

regular polygon\

All polygons can have right angles except for circle and ovulated shapes. The only 'regular polygon' that has a right angle is the quadrilateral.

a polygon with 4 right angles and 4 sides of the same length

3 right angles

no, because a polygon with four right angles is a rectangle

No REGULAR polygon can have three right angles in it. Any polygon with five or more sides CAN have three right angles, as long as it's not regular.

a parallellogram.

Four !