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Q: What shape has two acute angles?

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"z" has two acute angles a triangle can have 3 acute angles but also will have a angle >= 60degrees acute (also note for every acute angle a obtuse angle is formed the sum of the obtuse and acute angle will = 360) because of this a arrow is the only shape with two acute angles and 1 obtuse

A trapezium

The shape could be a parallelogram (including a rhombus). Some kites would satisfy these requirements. And it is, of course, possible to have a shape with 5 or more vertices (i.e. more than 4 angles) that contains two acute and two obtuse angles.

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no.out of it's 4 angles,2 are acute and the other 2 are obtuse.

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If the shape has 3 angles in all, where two of the angles are acute, then the shape is a scalene triangle.

A rhombus is a shape having two acute angles and four equal sides.

"z" has two acute angles a triangle can have 3 acute angles but also will have a angle >= 60degrees acute (also note for every acute angle a obtuse angle is formed the sum of the obtuse and acute angle will = 360) because of this a arrow is the only shape with two acute angles and 1 obtuse

Yes, a trapezoid can have two right angles and two acute angles. Its only requirement is that it has two parallel sides.

it is a rhombus

A trapezium

Two or three.

Two or three.

56678 Shape is called a rhombus

Just about any shape that isn't a circle can have two or more acute angles. But with some of them, you need to make them have acute angles.

No shape does. If a shape has four angles, the sum of the four angles is 360°. If two are right angles, their sum is 2 x 90° = 180°, leaving 360° - 180° = 180° for the two remaining angles. An acute angle is less than 90°, so the sum of two acute angles is less than 90° + 90° = 180°, but in this shape their sum must be equal to 180°; thus no shape can exist. If one angle is acute and the other is obtuse, then their sum can be 180° and the shape is a trapezium.

The shape could be a parallelogram (including a rhombus). Some kites would satisfy these requirements. And it is, of course, possible to have a shape with 5 or more vertices (i.e. more than 4 angles) that contains two acute and two obtuse angles.