Q: How many angles are larger than a right angle?

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If it is a regular hexagon then each of its 6 interior angles are 120 degrees

A right angle only has one angle.

A right angle is 90 degrees and the 4 interior angles of a square and a rectangle are all right angles.

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The square has four right angles. The pentagon has two right angles.

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A square only contains right angles, so there are no larger angles than a right angle in a square. If you meant how many angles are there larger than a right angle, then there are two answers. Literally speaking, there is an infinite number of angles greater than 90o, but what you're probably looking for is types of angles. There are to types of angles greater than a right angle: Obtuse (90<x<180) and Reflex (180<x<360).

No angles are larger than 90 degrees in a square based pyramid.

If it is a regular hexagon then each of its 6 interior angles are 120 degrees

Each interior angle of a regular pentagon is 108 degrees ie all five of them are larger than a right angle. If the pentagon is convex, at least four of the angles must be greater than 90 degrees.

None of the angles between edges are greater than 90o - they are all 90o as each face is a square with a right angle at each corner, and each face is at right angles to the faces to which it is joined.

A right angle only has one angle.

A right angle is 90 degrees

2 right angles

A "right angle" is 90 degrees.

A right angle is 90 degrees and the 4 interior angles of a square and a rectangle are all right angles.

3 right angles

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