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Q: How many right angles are there in a rhombus?

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a rhombus have 4 angles.

there are no right angles in a rhombos, but there are 2 obtuse angles and 2 acute angles.

ALWAYSevery square is a rhombus, but every rhombus is not a square.A square must have right angles and a rhombus does not have to have those.A rhombus is a quadrilateral with equal length sides, and can have oblique angles or right angles. A square only has right angles. A rhombus with right angles is a square. Other rhombi are not squares.By these definitions, all squares are rhombi, but not all rhombi are squares

No. A rhombus, in general, has a pair of acute angles opposite one another, and a pair of obtuse angles. It is only as a special case that all four angles are right angles and so the rhombus becomes a square.So every rhombus is NOT a square but every square is a special type of rhombus.

It can be ... if its angles are right angles. If they're not, then it's not.

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None, the total sum of angles in a rhombus is 360 degrees but none of them are right angles.

A rhombus has no right angles at its vertices but its diagonals are perpendicular to each other forming 4 right angles.

A rhombus doesn't need any right angles to be a rhombus, although it can have them if it wants to. If a rhombus has right angles, then it's a square. And if it has one right angle, then it must have four of them.

A rhombus will either have four right angles, or two acute angles and two obtuse angles.

A rhombus with 2 right angles is not possible. Only a rhombus with 4 right angles is possible, a square.

a rhombus is a parallelogram with no right angles.

The diagonals of a rhombus intersect (meet) at right angles.

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it has 0

A rhombus has 4 right angles just like the square * * * * * In general a rhombus has a pair of equal obtuse angles and a pair of equal acute angles. It is only in a special case that the shape has 4 right angles and then it is called a square.

No, it is the other way around: a square is a rhombus with right angles.

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