Q: How many equal angles are in a rhombus?

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A rhombus has 4 interior angles and opposite angles are equal

A rhombus has two pair of equal angles. Adjacent angles are supplementary.

A rhombus is shaped like a diamond. It has equal sides but it does not have all equal angles. However the opposite angles are equal .

NOImproved Answer:-Yes a rhombus has equal opposite acute angles and equal opposite obtuse angles

No because a rhombus has 4 equal sides but does not have 4 equal angles but a square has 4 equal sides and 4 equal angles.

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A rhombus has 4 interior angles and opposite angles are equal

A rhombus has two pair of equal angles. Adjacent angles are supplementary.

No, although a rhombus has 4 equal sides but the angles are not equal

A rhombus has four equal sides, but it is not necessarily a square. Think of it as a square that can be stretched. Thus, it will have four angles and opposite angles will be the equal. A special case of a rhombus is a square and then, all four angles will be equal 90 degrees.

The sum of the angles in a rhombus equal a straight angle (180o).

A rhombus is shaped like a diamond. It has equal sides but it does not have all equal angles. However the opposite angles are equal .

A rhombus looks like a lopsided square, or a diamond shape. It is a parallelogram with four equal sides. The angles of a rhombus do not all need to be equal BUT opposite angles of a rhombus ARE equal. If you were to "straighten it up" and make all the angles equal at right angles, it would be a square. A rhombus with four right angles is a square.

A rhombus has 4 equal sides. Its angles can be right angles, but don't have to be. A square is a type of rhombus.

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A RHOMBUS has four equal sides. However, it opposite angles are equal ,but its adjacent angles are NOT equal , but sum to 180 degrees.

A square has 4 equal angles, by definition; it is a specific type of rhombus.

It has 2 pairs of opposite equal angles which are acute and obtuse.