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Q: What is the most right angles a quaderlateral can have?

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A Rhombus

quaderlateral

Most of the time, rhombuses have no right angles, but a square is also a rhombus, so if it was a sqare, then there would be four right angles, but it will most likely be none.

At most two.

The most right angles a triangle can possibly have is 1. Any more than that, and it has to be a quadrilateral.

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A Rhombus

A shape with more than four sides, but has four right angles. There is no name for it.

Well, I don't know that much geometry! *ASK YOUR PARENTS!*

Most quadrangles do not have right angles. A rhombus is one example.

quaderlateral

Most of the time, rhombuses have no right angles, but a square is also a rhombus, so if it was a sqare, then there would be four right angles, but it will most likely be none.

Quadrilaterals have four sides, and therefore four angles, so the most right angles it could have is four, like a square.

All four angles of a rectangle are right angles. A trapezoid can have at most two right angles.

Yes . Some might have acute angles . Most likely right angles .

shape with 4 sides

A square or an oblong both have 4 right angles, the maximum possible.

No because a parallelogram in the shape of a rectangle has 4 right angles

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