Q: How many angles are in a solid square?

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Spheres are measured with solid angles (which are like two dimensional angles). These angles can be measure with square degrees or steradians. A sphere measures 129300/π square degrees (or about 41,253 square degrees). A sphere measures 4π steradians (or about 12.566 steradians.)

A square has four 90 degree angles.

4 right angles, no other angles.

four right-angles

There are no obtuse angles in a square. A square is a perfect 90 degree angle.

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Spheres are measured with solid angles (which are like two dimensional angles). These angles can be measure with square degrees or steradians. A sphere measures 129300/π square degrees (or about 41,253 square degrees). A sphere measures 4π steradians (or about 12.566 steradians.)

A square has four right angles.

A square has 4 right angles.

A square pyramid has 16 angles.

A square has four 90 degree angles.

4 right angles, no other angles.

There are four (4) right angles in a square.

four right-angles

There are no obtuse angles in a square. A square is a perfect 90 degree angle.

A square is not a solid figure at all. It's a flat figure, with four congruent faces and four congruent angles.

Four 90 degree angles.

There are 4 - 90 degree angles