Q: What two quadrilaterals have four right angles?

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The two quadrilaterals that have four right angles are rectangles and squares.

"Quadrilateral" simply means "four sided". Some quadrilaterals do have right angles; squares or rectangles, for example. Some have one or two right angles, but some don't have any right (90 degree) angles.

A rectangle or a square are sets of quadrilaterals with two pairs of right angles. They each have two pairs of right angles and two sets of equal sides.

A rectangle and a square are two types of quadrilaterals having four equal angles, where each of them equals a right angle.

No, one example is a kite that DOES NOT have two right angles. It is not a cyclic quadrilateral. A kite that does have two right angles is one.

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the two types of quadrilaterals that have four right angles are a square and a rectangle

The two quadrilaterals that have four right angles are rectangles and squares.

No, a quadrilateral does not necessarily have any right angles. If it has a right angle, it will necessarily have four right angles, and will be a rectangle. But not all quadrilaterals are rectangles. As long as a polygon has four sides, it is a quadrilateral. It might have, for example, two angles of 100o and two angles of 80o.

A, 1 is a square, 2 is a rectangle

squares &+ rectangles. hahaha.

"Quadrilateral" simply means "four sided". Some quadrilaterals do have right angles; squares or rectangles, for example. Some have one or two right angles, but some don't have any right (90 degree) angles.

A rectangle or a square are sets of quadrilaterals with two pairs of right angles. They each have two pairs of right angles and two sets of equal sides.

A rectangle and a square are two types of quadrilaterals having four equal angles, where each of them equals a right angle.

No, one example is a kite that DOES NOT have two right angles. It is not a cyclic quadrilateral. A kite that does have two right angles is one.

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The only quadrilaterals that always have all four right angles are the square and the rectangle. All four angles in a quadrilateral must add up to 360 degrees.It is possible to have non-regular quadrilaterals with one or two right angles. A quadrilateral with three right angles becomes either a square or a rectangle, because its fourth angle must also be a right angle.

squares and rectangles