Q: Do parallelograms have acute obtuse or right angles?

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no parallelograms can have either obtuse or acute angles. however not a right angle s it makes it a rectangle

A rectangle cannot have any obtuse angles; it contains only right angles. Parallelograms can have two, provided that the others are acute.

It can have 0 or 2 right angles, 1 or 2 acute or obtuse angles.

there are 4 types of common angles. right, obtuse, acute, and straight.

A trapezoid contains either:two acute angles and two obtuse angles orone acute angle, one obtuse angle and two right angles.

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no parallelograms can have either obtuse or acute angles. however not a right angle s it makes it a rectangle

A rectangle cannot have any obtuse angles; it contains only right angles. Parallelograms can have two, provided that the others are acute.

It can have 0 or 2 right angles, 1 or 2 acute or obtuse angles.

there are 4 types of common angles. right, obtuse, acute, and straight.

A trapezoid contains either:two acute angles and two obtuse angles orone acute angle, one obtuse angle and two right angles.

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* Acute * obtuse * right

No it is impossible a triangle can have: 3 acute angles 1 right and 2 acute angles 1 obtuse and 2 acute angles

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Obtuse angles.Another Answer:-If it is a regular hexagon then the interior angles are obtuse and the exterior angles are acute which are 120 and 60 degrees respectively

acute angles are angles under 45 degrees obtuse angle are angles over 45 degrees and right angles are ONLY 45 degrees