A quadrilateral with 4 right angles is called a?
A quadrilateral containing 4 right angles is called a rectangle. opposite sides will necessarily be parallel and equal in length. In the special case where all four sides are equal in length, the figure will be a square.
A 4 sided polygon is called a quadrilateral. Depending on where the two right angles are, would put the quadrilateral into different subsets. For example if the two right angles are on adjacent corners (and the other 2 angles are not right angles), then it is a trapezoid. If the 2 right angles are in opposite corners, and the other 2 angles are not right angles then it would be a kite-shaped quadrilateral.
A quadrilateral has 4 sides (quad), in a in a simple figure, the 4 sides can make at most 4 angles, so no quadrilateral has more (or less, in actuality) than 4 interior angles. if the figure is a complex quadrilateral, edges can cross to make up to 6 interior angles, but since the complex quadrilateral must then be reducible into 2 triangles, it cannot have 6 right angles.
a quadrilateral can have from 0 to 4 right angles. But it can't have exactly three right angles. The interior angles of a quadrilateral sum to 360 degrees. If it had three right angles and x were the measure of the fourth angle: 3*90+x=360 x=360-270=90 So if it has three right angles, the fourth angle would be a right angle as well.
Rectangle: A quadrilateral with 4 right angles, diagonals congruent/bisecting, and opposite sides congruent, BUT ADJACENT SIDES ARE NOT CONGRUENT. Rhobus: A quadrilateral with opposite congruent angles, but adjacent angles are Not congruent, perpendicular bisecting diagonals and 4 congruent sides. Square: A quadrilateral that is a rectangle and a square with 4 right angles, diagonals congruet/bisecting that ar perpendicular, and opposites sides congruent.