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Q: What would a polygon look like if it had no right angles and one of its sides is parallel?

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The picture you are looking for is a parallelogram.

right triangle

regular polygon\

540o = 6 right angles so 5 sides (interior angles of any polygon = (2 x sides - 4) right angles.

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