Q: What angle is formed by 2 right angles?

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A trapezoid has two right angles and one obtuse and one acute angle.

No that would be impossible but it can have 2 acute angles and 1 right angle which would be a right angle triangle

2, obtuse and reflex angles are larger than right angles A straight angle is larger.

Actually there are 4 angles formed by 2 intersecting lines, and as long as the lines are PERPENDICULAR, the angles are all right angles, 90 degree each.

It has one right angle.

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A trapezoid has two right angles and one obtuse and one acute angle.

2 right angles

No that would be impossible but it can have 2 acute angles and 1 right angle which would be a right angle triangle

2, obtuse and reflex angles are larger than right angles A straight angle is larger.

Actually there are 4 angles formed by 2 intersecting lines, and as long as the lines are PERPENDICULAR, the angles are all right angles, 90 degree each.

Parallel refers to lines and not angles A right angle is formed by 2 lines that are perpendicular to each other and not parallel If you already have a line and you draw two lines which are at right angles to it, those two lines are parallel.

No shape does: if it has three angles the sum of the angles will be 180°, but 2 right angles is 2 x 90° = 180° which means the third angle cannot exist.

no....

It has one right angle.

A trapezoid can have 2 right angles, an obtuse and an acute angle Or a kite.

Yes it has 2 acute angles and 1 right angle

An angle is like acute angle, right angle, and obtuse angle. It takes 4 right angles 2 make a square. So no an angle is not like a square.