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Q: Are the angles inside a rectangle acute 'right angles or obtuse?

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A rectangle has no acute angles and no obtuse angles. It has 4 right angles.

It is a right angle

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Yes. In fact, all parallelograms except the rectangle WILL have two obtuse angles.

No, an obtuse triangles has one obtuse angle and two acute angles. If a triangle has an obtuse angle, it is considered obtuse and cannot be acute.

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A rectangle has no acute angles and no obtuse angles. It has 4 right angles.

They are neither, they are all right angles (90 degrees)

A square is a rectangle and a rectangle MEANS 90 DEGREES, so a square also has 90 degrees. :P

It is a right angle

A rhombus has obtuse or acute angles. A rectangle has got 4 right angles.

a trapezoid :) * * * * * Not necessarily. A trapezoid can have two right angles, one acute and one obtuse angle. A parallelogram which is not a rectangle must have 2 acute and 2 obtuse angles.

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The difference is: 1) the rectangle has all right angles 2)a parallelogram has acute and obtuse angles but not a rectangle

noA 4th angle would have to be obtuse, because the acute angles could not sustain a quadrilateral.

no parallelograms can have either obtuse or acute angles. however not a right angle s it makes it a rectangle

Yes. In fact, all parallelograms except the rectangle WILL have two obtuse angles.

A rectangle has 4 interior right angles that add up to 360 degrees

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