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Q: Which angles of the parallelogram are greater than a right angle?

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Right angle and acute

A parallelogram is a figure with different lengths and widths(also called breadth) where opposite sides and opposite angles are equal. But the angles are not 900 each. In fact, no angle in a parallelogram is a right angle as presence of 1 right angle proves all the angles to be right angles. A parallelogram with 4 right angles is called as a ''rectangle''

Rectangles are parallelograms with right angles.

No. A parallelogram only has a total of 4 angles. They may either all be right angles, or none of them is a right angle.No. A parallelogram only has a total of 4 angles. They may either all be right angles, or none of them is a right angle.No. A parallelogram only has a total of 4 angles. They may either all be right angles, or none of them is a right angle.No. A parallelogram only has a total of 4 angles. They may either all be right angles, or none of them is a right angle.

No parallelogram can have only one right angle. The consecutive angles of a parallelogram must be supplementary, meaning they must add up to 180. 180-90=90, so all the angles must be right angles.

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A parallelogram, in general, has no right angles.

Yes a parallelogram with a right angle is a square.

Right angle and acute

A parallelogram is a figure with different lengths and widths(also called breadth) where opposite sides and opposite angles are equal. But the angles are not 900 each. In fact, no angle in a parallelogram is a right angle as presence of 1 right angle proves all the angles to be right angles. A parallelogram with 4 right angles is called as a ''rectangle''

A rhombus is an equilateral parallelogram that does not have a right angle.

Rectangles are parallelograms with right angles.

Yes. If it has ONE right angle, then ALL four angles are right angles.

there are 4 angles and normally, there would be 2 angles that are smaller than a right angle Except of cause if the parallelogram is a square or a rectangle, all angles are equal to 90 i.e. right angle

No. A parallelogram only has a total of 4 angles. They may either all be right angles, or none of them is a right angle.No. A parallelogram only has a total of 4 angles. They may either all be right angles, or none of them is a right angle.No. A parallelogram only has a total of 4 angles. They may either all be right angles, or none of them is a right angle.No. A parallelogram only has a total of 4 angles. They may either all be right angles, or none of them is a right angle.

No parallelogram can have only one right angle. The consecutive angles of a parallelogram must be supplementary, meaning they must add up to 180. 180-90=90, so all the angles must be right angles.

A parallelogram cannot have just one right angle. If it has one, all four of its angles must be right angles and so it must be a rectangle (or, as a special case, a square).

Depends on your question. A rectangle is a parallelogram and has 4 right angles. BUT A parallelogram can have only a total of one, two, or four right angles. Mathematically, 3 right angles is 270 degrees. A parallelogram has 360 degrees. 360 - 270 = 90 degrees = right angle.

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