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Q: What are angles of parallelograms?

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All rectangles have 90 degree angles and with parallelograms that does not always have to be the case. But no matter what in order for a parallelogram to be a rectangle the angles have to all be 90 degrees.Rectangles are special cases of parallelograms. They have all the properties of parallelograms, and in addition, all their internal angles are right-angles - 90° angles.

When the corner angles are right-angles (90 degrees)

Acute, obtuse and opposite angles are equal

No but they can have 2 obtuse and 2 acute angles

No. There are lots of different types of parallelograms, which have varied angles.

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opposite angles of all parallelograms are always equal.

If two parallelograms are similar then the corresponding angles are EQUAL.

In all parallelograms, opposite angles are equal and the 4 interior angles add up to 360 degrees. In someparallelograms, all of the angles are 90 degrees. These parallelograms are rectangles.

No, because to have a rectangle, you need to have four right angles, and parallelograms dont have to have right angles. However, all rectangles are parallelograms.

All rectangles have 90 degree angles and with parallelograms that does not always have to be the case. But no matter what in order for a parallelogram to be a rectangle the angles have to all be 90 degrees.Rectangles are special cases of parallelograms. They have all the properties of parallelograms, and in addition, all their internal angles are right-angles - 90° angles.

All parallelograms are not rectangles. The angles of a parallelogram need not be right angles and so the figure need not be a rectangle.

Parallelograms do not have right angles. A rectangle is a parallelogram but a parallelogram is not a rectangle.

Parallelograms do not have right angles. A rectangle is a parallelogram but a parallelogram is not a rectangle.

Parallelograms normally have 2 congruent obtuse angles and 2 congruent acute angles that altogether add up to 360 degrees

When the corner angles are right-angles (90 degrees)

Acute, obtuse and opposite angles are equal

No

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