Q: What are the names of two quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel lines but no right angles?

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a rhombus, a quadrilateral without right angle, a quadrilateral with equal opposite parallel sides but no right angles

Quadrilateral, rectangle, square

Different pairs of angles have different names.

A square, rectangle, or quadrilateral

A quadrangle or quadrilateral (a shape with 4 angles or 4 sides, respectively). Special names normally come in when you DO have special characteristics, not when you don't.

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a rhombus, a quadrilateral without right angle, a quadrilateral with equal opposite parallel sides but no right angles

Quadrilateral, rectangle, square

Different pairs of angles have different names.

A square, rectangle, or quadrilateral A square, rectangle, or quadrilateral

A square, rectangle, or quadrilateral

A quadrangle or quadrilateral (a shape with 4 angles or 4 sides, respectively). Special names normally come in when you DO have special characteristics, not when you don't.

equal angle

Quadrilaterals usually have special names only if they DO have parallel sides, or some other special property. You might just call it "quadrilateral", or "a quadrilateral with no parallel sides".

I am assuming the question refers to a quadrilateral (quaratual) with two obtuse angles and two acute angles, and its opposite (oppoisite) angles (angliews) are not equal (equlal)! It could be a trapezium or a quadrilateral with so specific name. Quadrilaterals with equal angles or equal sides, or parallel sides are given special names but there is no specific name for quadrilaterals which do not have any of these characteristics.

A quadrilateral with at least one pair of parallel sides has multiple possible names, depending on what type of quadrilateral it is.SquareRectangleParallelogramRhomboidTrapezoidYou are probably looking for only one pair of parallel sides, which is a trapezoid - both regular and irregular.

A kite, a parallelogram, many ordinary quadrilaterals with no specific names.

The 3 names for this figure are: 1. Square - all sides are parallel, there are 4 right angles, and all the sides are the same length. All squares are quadrilaterals and parallelograms. 2. Quadrilateral - 4 sides. NOT all quadrilaterals are squares, however. 3. Parallelogram - all sides are parallel. NOT all parallelograms are squares, however.