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Q: What shape has 1 right angle and 2 acute angle?

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any right triangle will have an acute angle in it

no....

A rhombus.

A right angled trapezoid would fit this description.

A kite shape

No shape does. If it has 4 sides and one pair of parallel lines it cannot have only 1 right angle, it must either have: 1) 2 right angles, 1 acute acute and 1 obtuse angle; or 2) no right angles, 2 acute angles and 2 obtuse angles; in which case it would be a trapezium (trapezoid).

It can take the shape of 2 right angles, 1 acute angle and 1 obtuse angle that all add up to 360 degrees

I think its a shape hahahahahaA trapezoid with 2 right angles, 1 obtuse angle and 1 acute angle would fit the given description.

many quadrilaterals could have this combination but no triangle can if that is what you are asking

yes or no thickhead

A triangle?

acute, right, or obtuse angle

It can take the shape of 2 right angles, 1 acute angle and 1 obtuse angle that all add up to 360 degrees

A trapezoid can have 2 right angles, 1 acute angle and 1 obtuse angle that all add up to 360 degrees.

No.

If you mean which alphabet letter, an L has one right angle; a T has a right and left acute angle.

An acute angle that is 1/4 of a right angle

1 acute angle = 1 acute angle

polygon

There is no polygonal shape which has exactly those angles. It is possible for a concave polygon with 6 or more vertices to have the given angles.

"z" has two acute angles a triangle can have 3 acute angles but also will have a angle >= 60degrees acute (also note for every acute angle a obtuse angle is formed the sum of the obtuse and acute angle will = 360) because of this a arrow is the only shape with two acute angles and 1 obtuse

A right angle triangle

An irregular pentagon.An irregular pentagon.An irregular pentagon.An irregular pentagon.

It ha one right angle, two obtuse angles and one acute angle

No shape does: if it has three angles the sum of the angles will be 180°, but 2 right angles is 2 x 90° = 180° which means the third angle cannot exist.