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Yes. The easiest way to do so is draw a line, then have a right angle at each end, and from the resulting lines draw the final line so it does not form two further right angles.

Basically you have 360 degrees to work with. you use 180 degrees up for your two right angles. Now you have 180 degrees left over to work with. you can have one angle be acute (say 30 degrees) and one angle be obtuse (say 150 degrees). This gives you your 2 right angle, non rectangle, quadrilateral.

Q: Is it possible to draw a quadrilateral that has 2 right angles but is not a rectangle?

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A rectangle is a quadrilateral with four right angles True (Apex)

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A rectangle or square.

This is a rectangle.

A rectangle is a quadrilateral with all right angles. A square has 4 right angles AND 4 sides (which means it's a quadrilateral), so it's a rectangle.

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All quadrilateral have four angles. It is possible that all four angles are right angles, even if the quadrilateral is not a square (this would be a rectangle).

A rectangle is a quadrilateral with four right angles True (Apex)

A quadrilateral with 4 right angles is a rectangle

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Right angles.

A quadrilateral having four right angles is called a rectangle.

A rectangle or square.

This is a rectangle.

A rectangle is a quadrilateral with all right angles. A square has 4 right angles AND 4 sides (which means it's a quadrilateral), so it's a rectangle.

a rectangle is any quadrilateral with four right angles

Yes. Eg. Square, Rectangle. Yes, and there is a special name for such a quadrilateral. It is called a rectangle. If all four sides are equal in length as well as having four right angles, then it is called a square.