Quadrilaterals are polygons having four sides. Quadrilaterals may have 1, 2, or 4 right angles. It is impossible for a quadrilateral to have exactly 3 right angles because the fourth angle would also be a right angle.
Yes, a trapezoid can have 3 right angles.
no. if you have 3 right angles it is impossible to not have a 4th right angle which would then be a square
a tetrahedron has 3 Right angles
A pentagon can have 0 to 3 right angles.
A pentagon with 3 right angles is considered to be an irregular pentagon because not all angles and all sides are equal.
3 right angles.
First you draw a square. A square has 4 right angles. If you draw a line above one of the right angles and rub out the angle which you have drawn a line above you have a pentagon with 3 right angles.
It has 12 right angles. 4 on each rectangular side. 3*4 = 12
There are 3 right angles in the letter F
If the question is about a plane shape with exactly 3 right angles it could be an irregular polygon of 5 or more sides. If the shape can have more than 3 right angles then a square or rectangle are also possible. Finally, in 3 or more dimensions, a polyhedron with any number of faces can have 3 or more right angles.
No a quadrilateral can't have 3 obtuse angles and 1 right angle because if a polygon did have 3 obtuse angles and 1 right angle then it would not even be a quadrilateral.
If a diamond does not necessarily have to have right angles in it, but if it does then all four corners have to be right angles. Think of a diamond as a turned square or rhombus.
A triangle has no right angles when it is not a right angle triangle as for example as in the case of an equilateral triangle that has 3 equal 60 degree angles.
It can have up to 3 such angles.
There are 4 ninety degree right angles
No because a parallelogram in the shape of a rectangle has 4 right angles
they both are trianglesThey both are QAUDRILATERALS.
A concave irregular hexagon can have up to 6 right angles. A convex irregular hexagon can have up to 3 right angles.
No, not with two right angles. All the angles in a triangle add up to 180, you have that in two angles.
Depends on your question. A rectangle is a parallelogram and has 4 right angles. BUT A parallelogram can have only a total of one, two, or four right angles. Mathematically, 3 right angles is 270 degrees. A parallelogram has 360 degrees. 360 - 270 = 90 degrees = right angle.
PANT. P has 3 right angles A has 3 acute and 2 obtuse angles N has 2 acute angles T has 2 right angles
Yes, my attempt at text art, below, is a 5-sided polygon (pentagon) with 3 right angles. _ | \ |_|
No. It has 3 angles of 60Â° each.
Extend all the lines of a right-angled triangle with sides of 3, 4 and 5 units. The extension of the lines forming the right angle will produce 3 other right angles. The extension of the lines forming the other two angles will produce 6 other angles. This gives a total of 12 angles, 4 of which are acute, 4 right and 4 obtuse.