Q: Does a regular pentagon have right angles?

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There are 5 angles.

A pentagon. If the sides and angles are equal it is a REGULAR pentagon.

A regular pentagon. A regular pentagon has five sides of equal length and its five angles are also equal. The term regular implies the notion of equal sides and equal angles.

The sum of the five interior angles of ANY pentagon is 540 degrees.If the pentagon is regular, then each angle is 108 degrees.

First you draw a square. A square has 4 right angles. If you draw a line above one of the right angles and rub out the angle which you have drawn a line above you have a pentagon with 3 right angles.

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There are no right angles on a regular pentagon.

A rectangle has four right angles, while a regular pentagon has none. Therefore, a rectangle has more right angles than a regular pentagon.

A regular pentagon has no right angles. An irregular pentagon could have no more than two right angles

None in a regular pentagon but it's quite possible to have right angles in an irregular pentagon.

A pentagon can have:none (regular or irregular pentagon)one, two or three right angles (irregular pentagon).

a pentagon has 5 angles. In a regular pentagon, there are no right angles. Each angle is 72 degrees. In a irregular pentagon, there may be right angles...not sure how many..depends on how you draw it

A pentagon need not have any right angles at all, and in fact, a regular pentagon never has any.A pentagon that's not regular can have any number of right angles less than five.

A regular pentagon doesn't have any right angles ! See related link.

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None.

A two dimensional regular pentagon does not contain any right angles. A pentagonal prism, however, contains up to 10 right angles.

A regular pentagon consists of 5 angles of 108° which are obtuse angles.