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No no. An acute angle is any angle less than 90 degrees. all of the angles are 90 degrees. even a ten year old (me) can do that.

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Q: Does a square have acute angles?

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A square has no acute angles but it does have 4 right angle corners.

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.

It's has all acute angles

No. Just 4 right-angles

Neither because the 4 angles inside a square are all right angles.

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A square has no acute angles. Acute angles are defined as having less than 90 degrees. A square has four 90 degree angles.

A square has no acute angles but it does have 4 right angle corners.

no it has 4 right 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.

There aren't any acute angles in a square because an acute angle is less than 90 degrees. however, there are 4 right angles in a square. (which by the way a right angle is a measure of exactly 90 degrees)

None.

It's has all acute angles

No. Just 4 right-angles

A square

Neither because the 4 angles inside a square are all right angles.

A square is a rectangle and a rectangle MEANS 90 DEGREES, so a square also has 90 degrees. :P

There are 12 acute angles in total. Calculation: Each side you can see a triangle(3 acute angles), totally 4 triangles... so 4*3 = 12 you can leave out the base as it is a square...