Q: What is an angle formed outside a quadrilateral?

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A quadrilateral is a shape with four sides... It doesn't have *one* angle. The sum of the interior angles of a quadrilateral will always be 360 degrees, however, it is impossible to know the value an individual angle of a quadrilateral with the information given.

It is just an irregular quadrilateral.

Any angle <360 degrees is possible, though it would be a concave quadrilateral if the angle were greater than 180 deg.

There is no specific limitation on any one angle of an inscribed quadrilateral.

The angles of a quadrilateral add to 360 degrees.

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No... a quadrilateral is a figure of 4 sides. Trapzoid, square, diamond.... get the picture? A right angle is an angle. It is formed by two lines intersecting. They don't even necessarily make a shape.

A quadrilateral is an object formed by four straight lines - two of which meet at an angle. A diagonal is one of the lines which go from one angle to the one other angle in the quadrilateral which it is not already connected to. If the angles of the quadrilateral are A, B, C and D, and A is connected by a straight line to B and D then the diagonal is a line between A and C. A--B | \ | D--C

a quadrilateral with no right angle is?

A quadrilateral is a shape with four sides... It doesn't have *one* angle. The sum of the interior angles of a quadrilateral will always be 360 degrees, however, it is impossible to know the value an individual angle of a quadrilateral with the information given.

A chevron (arrowhead) is a quadrilateral with one angle of more than 1800.

Impossible. You cannot have an obtuse angle without an acute angle in a quadrilateral.

is an exterior angle of a quadrilateral always sometime or never 90 degrees

It is just an irregular quadrilateral.

Any angle <360 degrees is possible, though it would be a concave quadrilateral if the angle were greater than 180 deg.

The following are angles in a convex quadrilateral: Angle A = 80 degrees Angle B = 98 degree Angle C = 70 degrees What is the measure of the missing angle?

There is no specific limitation on any one angle of an inscribed quadrilateral.

That is called a rectangle.