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I don't know what the name of it is but I can draw it.......It's something like that

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Apart from the fact that this browser does not allow multiple spaces, the above diagram, if correctly viewable, would have TWO right angles - at the top left and bottom left.

The solution is simply to tilt the top line so that it is not horizontal, though not so much that the angle at top right becomes a right angle.

Q: Can you show me a quadrilateral with one right angle?

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It could be a kite, a trapezium, a chevron or just an irregular quadrilateral with one right angle and no specific name.

Yes I had a question on my maths test asking me to draw a quadrilateral with one right angle, so yeah, a quadrilateral can have exactly one right angle lol But i havent got a clue how to draw one :S

It is a parallelogramIf one of the angles is a right angle (then they all are) and the quadrilateral is a rectangle.If both pairs of sides are equal in length (but none of the angles is a right angle) the quadrilateral is a rhombus.If the sides are equal and one of the angles is a right angle, the quadrilateral is a square.

I don't think this is possible. there is not a quadrilateral with these qualities. If it is a quadrilateral, it will automatically have parallel lines, but there is not one that has both. The closest one would be the trapezoid, with a set of parallel lines, but no right angle. The square and rectangle have two sets of parallel lines and 4 right angles.

A square.

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It could be a kite, a trapezium, a chevron or just an irregular quadrilateral with one right angle and no specific name.

Yes I had a question on my maths test asking me to draw a quadrilateral with one right angle, so yeah, a quadrilateral can have exactly one right angle lol But i havent got a clue how to draw one :S

It is a parallelogramIf one of the angles is a right angle (then they all are) and the quadrilateral is a rectangle.If both pairs of sides are equal in length (but none of the angles is a right angle) the quadrilateral is a rhombus.If the sides are equal and one of the angles is a right angle, the quadrilateral is a square.

It could be a kite, an arrowhead or an irregular quadrilateral with a right angle - which has no specific name.

I don't think this is possible. there is not a quadrilateral with these qualities. If it is a quadrilateral, it will automatically have parallel lines, but there is not one that has both. The closest one would be the trapezoid, with a set of parallel lines, but no right angle. The square and rectangle have two sets of parallel lines and 4 right angles.

a rectangle

Two possibilities are a kite, or an irregular quadrilateral with one right angle!

A square.

No, a quadrilateral can't have three acute angles and one right angle. The angles of a quadrilateral must total 360. The three other angles of a quadrilateral with one right angle would then have to total 270 degrees. If all three were acute (less than 90 degrees), they could not total 270.

It is not easy to show, but they certainly exist. For example, consider the quadrilateral with vertices at (0,0), (1,0), (0,1) and any point in the first quadrant other than (1,1)

It depends on what you mean. If you are looking for ONLY one right angle, then the only "named" quadrilateral I can think of is a kite. If you are looking for a quadrilateral with AT LEAST one right angle, then there are squares, rectangles, trapezoids, and kites. Of course, there are quadrilaterals out there without specific names with only one right angle or at least one. Hope this helps you! :-)

There is no special name for such a shape.