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Q: How many angles does a quadrilateral shape have?

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No, because a quadrilateral can be many different sizes and lengths as a quadrilateral is any shape with only 4 sides. The sum of all the angles in a quadrilateral equal 360 degrees.

Diagonally opposite pairs of angles will always be equal, but the only time all angles in a quadrilateral parallelogram are equal is when that shape is a rectangle.

Any quadrilateral shape.

trapezoid

yes, an Isosceles Trapezoid

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Well, what i thought was that a definition of a quadrilateral is a shape that has four angles.

A quadrilateral is any shape with four sides; angles can be acute or obtuse. A perfect square is the only quadrilateral with only right angles.

All quadrilateral have four angles. It is possible that all four angles are right angles, even if the quadrilateral is not a square (this would be a rectangle).

No, because a quadrilateral can be many different sizes and lengths as a quadrilateral is any shape with only 4 sides. The sum of all the angles in a quadrilateral equal 360 degrees.

A quadrilateral shape

That's an irregular quadrilateral.

The interior angles in a quadrilateral (4 sided shape) add up to 360 degrees.

A quadrilateral is a shape with 4 sides, so logically, it must have 4 angles. These angles will all add up to 360o.

A kite, a parallelogram, many ordinary quadrilaterals with no specific names.

There are 4 interior angles in a quadrilateral

A quadrilateral shape has four sides and four internal angles. A triangle has three sides and three internal angles. Therefore there is no such thing as a quadrilateral triangle.

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.