Q: Draw a quadrangle that has 2 pairs of parallel sides and no right angles?

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The figure, as described, is impossible. If a quadrangle has 2 pairs of parallel sides then the number of right angles can be 0 or 4, but not 2.

A rhombus for example

A rectangle has 4 right angles and 2 pairs of parallel sides.

It is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides, with the pairs meeting one another at right angles.

Such a quadrangle cannot exist. The right angle must be formed by one of the parallel sides and one of the non-parallel sides. Then the angle formed at the other end of that non-parallel side would also be a right angle (the non-parallel side would be a transversal intercepting the two parallels). But then the quadrangle has two right angles, and not just one. No its Trapezoid

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The figure, as described, is impossible. If a quadrangle has 2 pairs of parallel sides then the number of right angles can be 0 or 4, but not 2.

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