With 2 acute and 2 obtuse angles it has 4 angles - the shape is a quadrilateral.
The shape can be one of trapezium, parallelogram, rhombus, kite or a general quadrilateral.
With the two acute angles next to each other (forcing the two obtuse angles to be next to each other) the shape can be either a trapezium or a general quadrilateral.
There are infinitely many 2d shapes so it is impossible to list them all.
here are some: 2d shapes- square circle triangle Rectangle 3d shapes- cone cuboid cube prism
I think they all have 1.... because 2d shapes are flat!!! :)
a 2d shape can only ever contain 1 face!
Just about any shape that isn't a circle can have two or more acute angles. But with some of them, you need to make them have acute angles.
A cone has no acute angles because a cone is a 3D shape and not a 2D.
2d shapes are shapes that can only be seen from the front unlike 3d shapes and they are flat
It is a 2D shape that has 4 sides It belongs to the class of polygons known as quadrilaterals It has 4 equal sides It has 2 equal obtuse angles and 2 equal acute angles It has 2 diagonals that bisect each other at 90 degrees Its 4 interior angles that add up to 360 degrees
They are both 2D shapes and have exterior angles that add up to 360 degrees