Q: Which quadrilateral has exactly 2 right angles?

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A Rhombus had 2 pairs of parallel sides and has NO right angles. :)

A trapezoid can have two right angles, one obtuse angle and one acute angle that altogether add up to 360 degrees.

A trapezoid can have 2 right angles. Parallelograms, rhombuses, rectangles, and squares can have 4.

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A special type of Kite has exactly two right angles and a certain type of trapezium can have 2 right angles.

A trapezoid can have 2 right angles, an obtuse and an acute angle Or a kite.

A kite and a trapezium can have exactly two right angles.

A Rhombus had 2 pairs of parallel sides and has NO right angles. :)

A quadrilateral can only have either 2 right angles or four. As you may (or may not) know, the angles in a quadrilateral must add up to 360 degrees. If you have 3 right angles that adds up to 270 degrees, so the last side must also be 90 degrees.

A trapezoid can have two right angles, one obtuse angle and one acute angle that altogether add up to 360 degrees.

A 4 sided polygon is called a quadrilateral. Depending on where the two right angles are, would put the quadrilateral into different subsets. For example if the two right angles are on adjacent corners (and the other 2 angles are not right angles), then it is a trapezoid. If the 2 right angles are in opposite corners, and the other 2 angles are not right angles then it would be a kite-shaped quadrilateral.

A Trapezium can have exactly 2 right angles.

squares and rectangles

A trapezoid can have 2 right angles. Parallelograms, rhombuses, rectangles, and squares can have 4.

No. Only sometimes. A quadrilateral can have any number of congruent angles ... none, 2, 3, or 4.

A parallelogram has 2 pairs of congruent angles of different sizes