Q: Can you make a square have 2 obtuse angles?

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A square is a special case of rhombus, where all angles are equal to 90Â°. So if it's not a square, then the rhombus will have 2 acute angles and 2 obtuse angles.

No. Just 4 right-angles

It has 2 opposite equal obtuse angles and 2 opposite equal acute angles whereas a square has 4 equal angles of 90 degrees

No. A square is a polygon with four congruent sides and all angles measuring 90 degrees.

Yes, a quadrilateral can have 2 obtuse angles.

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Yes, (with 1 exception) all rhombi will have 2 congruent acute angles, and 2 congruent obtuse angles. The 1 exception is if the rhombus is a square, then all angles will be right angles.

A square is a special case of rhombus, where all angles are equal to 90Â°. So if it's not a square, then the rhombus will have 2 acute angles and 2 obtuse angles.

No because if you were to take 2 right angles you would make a square. You just have to flip one!

well a trapezoid is a square (has four sides) in all different angles: there are 2 obtuse angles and 2 acute angles Hope it helps

No. Just 4 right-angles

It has 2 opposite equal obtuse angles and 2 opposite equal acute angles whereas a square has 4 equal angles of 90 degrees

yes, except for the special case rhombus which is a square. A square has 4 right angles.

A square has 4 interior right angles whereas a rhombus has 2 equal acute angles and 2 equal obtuse angles

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No. A square is a polygon with four congruent sides and all angles measuring 90 degrees.

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Squares have only four right angles. Also, all of their sides are the same length. So if a square had an obtuse or an acute angle, it really wouldn't be a square at all. - Girl_Pad01998