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Not necessarily, but it can.
A rectangle or a square.
A rectangle has 4 right angles whereas a parallelogram has no right angles.
A parallelogram has 0 or 2 acute angles. If the parallelogram happens to have four right-angled corners, it is still a parallelogram (and a rectangle), but no acute angles.
Draw a parallelagram this has the opposite sides parallel and no right angles
How am I supposed to know go check on the Internet
The answer to this question is a parallelagram
Rectangles have four sides and four angles.
There are square's, rhombus', and rectangles. * * * * * Leaving aside the random apostrophes, the answer is incorrect. A rhombus cannot have a right angle (without becoming a square). The correct answer is "a rectangle, with a square as a special case."
parallelagram http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parallelagram well specifically you would be a rectangle which has parallel sides like a square. a parallelogram can be a square or a rectangle because they all have parallel sides but only squares and rectangles have right angles on all sides. parallelograms have congruent sides which require acute and obtuse angles.
A rhombus does not have four right angles. A square has four right angles, as does a rectangle.
Yes, a rectangle has four right angles.
You don't tell us enough information. In a square, there are four sides and four angles. The sides are all equal and the angles are all right angles. In a rectangle, there are four sides and four angles The opposite sides are equal and the angles are all right angles. There is no other shape in which all angles are right angles.
yes, when opposite angles and sides are congruent
A four sided figure with four equal sides and no right angles is a diamond, or a rhombus. If it had four right angles, it would be a square.
Four equal sides and four right angles is the definition of a square.
a square is a quadrilateral with four right angles. your welcome
A rectangle has four right angles too.
a parallelagram lol (obviously) A Square/ rectangle
Parallelogram with four right angles and four equal sides is a square.
A square has 4 equal sides, and 4 equal angles and are considered paralellagrams A rectangle has 4 equal angles but not necessarily 4 equal sides, it is also a parallelagram.. On a square all sides are congruent, while in a rectangle only opposite sides are. So when is a square not a rectangle? what defines a rectangle and a square, each shape has to have 4 right angles. the sides are parallel and that in a square all four sides are congruent while in a rectangle only the opposite sides are congruent. So a rectangle must have opposite sides that are parallel and equal and four right angles. A square must have opposite sides parallel, all sides congruent, and four right angles. a rectangle is a parallelogram with four right angles, while a square is a parallelogram with four congruent sides and four right angles. By this definition a rectangle is a square since it has opposite sides that are congruent and parallel and it has four right angles. The question is, why a rectangle is not a square? A rectangle is not a square because it is not required to have four congruent sides.
A shape with more than four sides, but has four right angles. There is no name for it.
Quadrilaterals have four sides, and therefore four angles, so the most right angles it could have is four, like a square.
No, on the contrary an octagon has no right angles