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I am a closed shape made of 6 line segments. I have 2 angles less than a right angle and no right angles. What shape am I?
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No shape does: if it has three angles the sum of the angles will be 180°, but 2 right angles is 2 x 90° = 180° which means the third angle cannot exist.
If you are saying a quadrilateral that only has two right angles I believe it is a trapezoid. A square or other rectangle, all of which have four right angles, also satisfies …all the conditions explicitly given.
a pentagon :) only has 2 right angles
Circle, cone, cylinder, sphere and equilateral triangle for example.
If an angle measures less than 90º, it is an acute angle.
Because it has five angles it is a irregular pentagon.
Yes. A right angle is a two-dimensional feature, so while it can appear in obvious places (the corner of a cube has three of them), it can also appear in places that might not… be so intuitive (the sharp corner of a cylindrical wedge has at least two, on the sides).
a right triangle
Lots of shapes. To start with, an irregular blob (that is a technical term)!
The shape of 2 right angles is a square.
lots of shapes are like that! any shape with smooth edges can have no right angles if you rearange the sides and their lengths. a hexagon is any shape with six sides, so it ca…n have almost any angle in it. same with octagon and eight. in fact, shape names are just categories.
A right angle triangle
What closed shape is made of 6 line segments has 2 angles less than a right angle and no right angles?
Any closed shape with 6 line segments is a hexagon.
No shape does. If a shape has four angles, the sum of the four angles is 360°. If two are right angles, their sum is 2 x 90° = 180°, leaving 360° - 180° = 180° for t…he two remaining angles. An acute angle is less than 90°, so the sum of two acute angles is less than 90° + 90° = 180°, but in this shape their sum must be equal to 180°; thus no shape can exist. If one angle is acute and the other is obtuse, then their sum can be 180° and the shape is a trapezium.