A rhombus is a(n) equilateral parallelogram. A square is forming a right angle.
if it's not a square, 180 degrees
No, a rhombus is a closed plane shape which has four angles, none of which are normally right angles.
Why a rhombus of course.
There is no such thing as an "angle rhombus". The opposite angles of a rhombus are equal, adjacent ones are supplementary.
it wouldn't be a rhombus if it had a right angle.
A rhombus which has at least one angle a right angle (i.e. a square which is a special type of rhombus)
Any rhombus that does not have a right angle
A rhombus is not an angel. One angle of a rhombus can have any value in the range (0, 180) degrees. The opposite angle is the same, and the other two are supplementary.
Any shape which has an angle can have an angle bisector.
An angle in a rhombus can be any value less than 180 degrees. However, if the angle is 90 degrees, the rhombus becomes a square.
depending if its a rhombus or so if it was a rhombus yes
No. A rhombus is only a square if the rhombus contains at least 1 right angle.