In general a rhombus has one opposite pair of congruent acute angles and one opposite pair of congruent obtuse angles. A square, however, is a rhombus with four right angles.
No, only 2 the other 2 are obtuse
yes, except for the special case rhombus which is a square. A square has 4 right angles.
No. Except for the case of a square (a special case of rhombus), a rhombus will have 2 congruent acute angles, and 2 congruent obtuse angles. The square has 4 right angles. In fact, every quadrilateral will have either all 4 angles equal to right angle (square and rectangle), or will have at least 1 obtuse angle (also at least 1 acute).
there are no right angles in a rhombos, but there are 2 obtuse angles and 2 acute angles.
The answer to this question depends on what characteristic of a rhombus you are measuring: the length of its sides, its perimeter, area, length of diagonal, its acute angles, its obtuse angles, or something else.
No. A Rhombus has two obtuse angles and two acute angles
A square is a special case of rhombus, where all angles are equal to 90Â°. So if it's not a square, then the rhombus will have 2 acute angles and 2 obtuse angles.
A rhombus will either have four right angles, or two acute angles and two obtuse angles.
no, it cannot. a rhombus must always have 2 obtuse and 2 acute angles
NoYes, it has two acute and two obtuse angles.
A rhombus has 2 opposite acute angles and 2 opposite obtuse angles
A rhombus has obtuse or acute angles. A rectangle has got 4 right angles.
2 acute and 2 obtuse
They are equal acute and equal obtuse angles
Opposite interior acute and obtuse angles are equal
Yes, it has two acute and two obtuse angles.