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Just about any shape that isn't a circle can have two or more acute angles. But with some of them, you need to make them have acute angles.

Any irregular polygon can have an acute angle. A regular triangle (equilateral) has three acute angles. All other triangles must have at least two acute angles. A quadrilateral, other than a rectangle (or square), must have at least one.

It has 3 acute angles. You can do this by multiplying however many sides it has by 2. I think this works. Try it with different shapes! Hope this helps!

you could count the sides or acute, obtuse, or right angles.

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some triangles and rhombuses. trapoziods do not have acute angles it has obtuse angles. :)

All triangles have at least two acute angles. Acute triangles have three. Rhomboids also have two acute angles.

Triangles

A triangle is the only shape that can have only acute angles inside it.

a traingle, sometimes

Acute angles

There are many possible shapes with two acute angles.

Just about any shape that isn't a circle can have two or more acute angles. But with some of them, you need to make them have acute angles.

Any irregular polygon can have an acute angle. A regular triangle (equilateral) has three acute angles. All other triangles must have at least two acute angles. A quadrilateral, other than a rectangle (or square), must have at least one.

It has 3 acute angles. You can do this by multiplying however many sides it has by 2. I think this works. Try it with different shapes! Hope this helps!

Depending upon the lengths of the sides it can be an irregular quadrilateral, a rhombus, a parallelogram or a kite.

An equilateral triangle.

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