Q: How many right angles does an oval have?

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No, an oval is round so it has no angles at all.

None

4 right angles, no other angles.

It has 6 angles, none of which are right angles.

A regular hexagon as no right angles. An irregular hexagon could have from none to as many as five right angles.

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None - the edge is curved so no straight sections to make angles

An oval doesn't have angles. Therefore, none.

An oval has no exterior angles(or an infinite number depending on your point of view!)

No, an oval is round so it has no angles at all.

None

An oval, also known as an ellipse, does not have angles in the traditional sense like a polygon does. Instead, it has a major axis (longest diameter) and a minor axis (shortest diameter), which intersect at the center of the ellipse. The angle between these axes is known as the eccentric angle, which is a measure of how "flattened" the ellipse is. So, an oval does not have angles in the same way a polygon does.

An oval has no exterior angles (or an infinite number depending on your point of view !)

4 right angles, no other angles.

An oval is not a rhombus. A rhombus is a quadrilateral whereas an oval has no sides or angles.

It has 6 angles, none of which are right angles.

0 right angles

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