Q: What measure of angle a will make this quadrilateral a parallelogram?

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You need only 1 90 degree angle.

To find the angles of a parallelogram, you have to know at least one angle (although it could be an interior or an exterior angle). There are several facts about all parallelograms:the sum of the interior angles is 360˚ (true for all quadrilaterals)opposite angles are congruent (angles that are diagonal in parallelograms have the same measure)consecutive angles are supplementary (angles that are connected by a single side add up to 180˚)If you know any of the interior angles, you can use a combination of the above rules to find the rest. If all you know is an exterior angle, then use the fact that an interior angle and its exterior angle are supplementary (because they are a linear pair--they make a line) to find the measure of the interior angle; then use the rules given above.

a triange and a parallelogram can be combined to make a?

Obtuse angle (here is the formula) -: 90° = Right angle and if you don't know the obtuse angle is more than 90° so adding 2 will make it an obtuse angle.

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A quadrilateral is a parallelogram with four sides. For example: square, rectangle, parallelogram, trapezoid, rhombus, diamond...

The questions doesn't make sense. An angle isn't a parallelogram. Parallelograms are types of shapes while an angle are to rays.

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no only 2acute angle n 2 obtuse angle A right angle would make it a rectangle - still a parallelogram but a special one with a specific name.

Yes. They can form a kite.

You need only 1 90 degree angle.

The height is a perpendicular angle from the base. The sides of the parallelogram are slanted tho and this will vary for every parallelogram. To find the height you typically make a triangle with one of the slanted sides.

No... a quadrilateral is a figure of 4 sides. Trapzoid, square, diamond.... get the picture? A right angle is an angle. It is formed by two lines intersecting. They don't even necessarily make a shape.

make a v shape

The 4 interior angles of any quadrilateral add up to 360 degrees

If they are congruent right angle triangles then just join them together side by side to form a parallelogram.