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Q: A quadrilateral where each side is a right angle?

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A quadrilateral has four side. A square has four sides but first they all have to be equal and the four corners have to be right angle, too.

A quadrilateral can have two right angles and still not be a rectangle, if one side is oblique (neither right nor parallel) to the others, but three right angles force the fourth, and you have a rectangle.

No, the circle is inscribed in the quadrilateral.

The side opposite the right angle in a right angle triangle is its hypotenuse

The side opposite the right angle of a right angle triangle is the hypotenuse

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A quadrilateral such as a kite or a trapezoid are possibilities.

right angle?

A quadrilateral has four side. A square has four sides but first they all have to be equal and the four corners have to be right angle, too.

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A quadrilateral can have two right angles and still not be a rectangle, if one side is oblique (neither right nor parallel) to the others, but three right angles force the fourth, and you have a rectangle.

Rectangle, possibly a square if the adjacent sides are also equal.

No, the circle is inscribed in the quadrilateral.

Lots of them, since there's nothing in the definition of quadrilateral that says each side must be equal. I've never heard of a particular name for one in English though.

The side opposite the right angle in a right angle triangle is its hypotenuse

The side opposite the right angle of a right angle triangle is the hypotenuse

The side opposite the right angle is the hypotenuse.

NO. A trapezoid cannot be a rectangle. If a parallelogram has one right angle then it is a rectangle. A trapezoid doesn't satisfy this condition because a trapezoid is a quadrilateral with exactly one parallel side which means that it doesn't have a right angle.

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