Q: How do you draw 4 lines and get 16 right angles?

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16 angles, 8 of each measure - unless the transversal is perpendicular in which case, all 16 angles are right angles.

I believe that an octagon has 16 lines of symmetry.

16

A regular pentagon has no acute angles. It is possible to draw a pentagon (five sided polygon) where four of the internal angles are acute.

Including those at the boundaries of the flag, there are 16.

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4 perpendicular lines (Assume that it is perpendicular)----> # 2 lines intersected made 4 right angles. 4 lines make 16 right angles. 4*4=16

16 angles, 8 of each measure - unless the transversal is perpendicular in which case, all 16 angles are right angles.

I believe that an octagon has 16 lines of symmetry.

16

-- Every rectangle has four interior right angles.-- Every square is also a rectangle, so the question is describing a total of four rectangles.-- (4 rectangles) x (4 right angles per rectangle) = 16 right angles

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(2 x 16 - 4) right angles = 28 right angles = 28 x 90 = 2520 degrees

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A regular pentagon has no acute angles. It is possible to draw a pentagon (five sided polygon) where four of the internal angles are acute.

A pyramid has 6 angles, 8 faces, and 6 edges. Is that right?

A rectangle has 4 right angles. There are no acute angles.