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Sure, so long as they are in the opposite corners of each other. This would make it have two sets of parallel sides. It would look like a rectangle that's top had been pushed over. The measure of the other two angles would be 135 each, because the two adjacent vertexes (or corners) have to add up to be 180 degrees.

Q: Can a parallelogram have two 45 degree angles?

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No because the 4 interior angles must add up to 360 degrees

No it cannot, because the interior angles of a parallelogram ... or of anyfour-sided figure for that matter ... must add up to 360 degrees.

No because the total sum of interior angles of a parallelogram are 360 degrees.

No, because it doesn't equal 360 degrees

Yes- both will be 45-degree angles.

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NO because a parrallelogram always has to add up to 360

No because the 4 interior angles must add up to 360 degrees

No it cannot, because the interior angles of a parallelogram ... or of anyfour-sided figure for that matter ... must add up to 360 degrees.

No because the total sum of interior angles of a parallelogram are 360 degrees.

The question does not really make sense. Once might ask, "Are consecutive angles in a parallelogram complementary?" in which case the answer is no. Complementary angles are angles which add up to 90 degrees. Consecutive angles are angles next to each other (or follow each other). In a parallelogram, consecutive angles are supplementary (add to 180 degrees). In a parallelogram, opposite angles are equal. You could have a parallelogram where two angles are 45 degree (and thus complementary) and then the other two angles would be 135 degrees.

A triangle with two 45 degree angles must be a right triangle.

No, because it doesn't equal 360 degrees

it is 45 degree

acute 45 degree angles

No it cannot, because the four angles must sum to 360 degrees.

They have one 90 degree angle and two 45 degree angles

45 degree and a 90 degree angles