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A quadrilateral is the general term for figures with four sides. A kite, rhombus, trapezoid are all examples of quadrilaterals which need not have any right angles. (A rhombus cannot have any)

Q: What is a four-sided polygon with no right angles?

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All polygons can have right angles except for circle and ovulated shapes. The only 'regular polygon' that has a right angle is the quadrilateral.

No REGULAR polygon can have three right angles in it. Any polygon with five or more sides CAN have three right angles, as long as it's not regular.

Interior angles of n-sided polygon total (2n - 4) right angles or 180n - 360 degrees.

Interior angles of n-sided polygon total (2n - 4) right angles or 180n - 360 degrees.

a square or a rectangle

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A quadrilateral

An irregular pentagon is a polygon that has five sides and two right angles. A regular polygon on the other hand does not have right angles.

a polygon with 5 sides and 2 right angles is a pentagon

Any polygon can have at least one right angled - for example a right angled triangle. An example of an irregular polygon with only right angles is a rectangle.

Any polygon with 4 or more sides can have only two right angles.

regular polygon\

A triangle

All polygons can have right angles except for circle and ovulated shapes. The only 'regular polygon' that has a right angle is the quadrilateral.

a polygon with 4 right angles and 4 sides of the same length

3 right angles

no, because a polygon with four right angles is a rectangle

No REGULAR polygon can have three right angles in it. Any polygon with five or more sides CAN have three right angles, as long as it's not regular.