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The shape of 2 right angles is a square.
Acute triangles. They can have three angles, all less than 90 degrees (total is 180 degrees). Shapes with more than three sides must have angles of 90 degrees or mor…e because the total of their angles must be 360 degrees (quadrilaterals) or more.
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.
This question is impossible to answer there is no bigger angles than a right which are called obtuse angles and are definitely impossible
a square and a rectangle
Hexagon...Don't get caught up in the number of right angles. What matters is the number of sides...It has 6 sides. A regular hexagon has equal sides and equal angles(120)
An obtuse triangle.
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Rectangles and squares
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.
There is no such shape because the 4 angles in a 4 sided quadrilateral must add up to 360 degrees no more and no less . Therefore 2 obtuse angles and 2 right angles are greate…r than 360 degrees which doesn't quite measure up for the requirements of a 4 sided quadrilateral.
An irregular 5 sided pentagon that looks like a hut would fit the given description.