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Q: What shape has a set of parallel lines and two obtuse angles and 2 acute angles?

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An line that is not perpindicular to the other line makes an acute or obtuse angle Oblique lines are not parallel or perpendicular which would be lines that form acute or obtuse angles at the point of intersection.

all cogruent sides 2 acute angles 2 obtuse angles 2 sets of parallel lines the acute angles are 45 degrees the obtuse angles are135 degrees

a rhombus or parallelogram

A trapezoid has 4 sides, 2 acute and 2 obtuse angles, and only one pair of parallel sides

It is a trapezoid and its other 2 angles are obtuse and acute

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Angles are usually illustrated as two acute and two obtuse, but there can be two right, one acute and one obtuse. Angles cannot be parallel since that is a characteristic of lines, not angles!

An line that is not perpindicular to the other line makes an acute or obtuse angle Oblique lines are not parallel or perpendicular which would be lines that form acute or obtuse angles at the point of intersection.

trapezoid

a tapezium

Lines that are neither parallel nor perpendicular.

all cogruent sides 2 acute angles 2 obtuse angles 2 sets of parallel lines the acute angles are 45 degrees the obtuse angles are135 degrees

a rhombus or parallelogram

A rhombus, two sets of parallel lines intersecting,

A trapezoid has 4 sides, 2 acute and 2 obtuse angles, and only one pair of parallel sides

No its a obtuse line there are no acute lines in it

No shape does. If it has 4 sides and one pair of parallel lines it cannot have only 1 right angle, it must either have: 1) 2 right angles, 1 acute acute and 1 obtuse angle; or 2) no right angles, 2 acute angles and 2 obtuse angles; in which case it would be a trapezium (trapezoid).

Some trapezoids have 2 acute angles, 2 obtuse angles, 1 pair of parallel lines, 1 short side, and 1 long side.