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No, a quadrilateral does not necessarily have any right angles. If it has a right angle, it will necessarily have four right angles, and will be a rectangle. But not all quadrilaterals are rectangles. As long as a polygon has four sides, it is a quadrilateral. It might have, for example, two angles of 100o and two angles of 80o.

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