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A rectangle or a square are sets of quadrilaterals with two pairs of right angles. They each have two pairs of right angles and two sets of equal sides.

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0Rectangles have 2 pairs of right angles.

A square and a rectangle

All quadrilaterals have two pairs of adjacent (ie next to one another) sides. Diagonals intersect at right angles suggest a kite (or square).

Trapezoids make up the set of quadrilaterals with 2 pairs of parallel sides.

There is no name for such a figure. Quadrilaterals such as a trapezium or kite or even one with no equal sides can have a right angle.

A rhombus is a type of parallelogram. Parallelograms are types of quadrilaterals. Everything that applies to quadrilaterals and parallelograms apply to rhombuses.Quadrilaterals have four sides and four angles.Parallelograms have at two pairs of opposite sides and opposite angles congruent. (Note: congruent is pretty much "equal", except for geometric figures). Both pairs of opposite sides are also parallel, hence the name "parallelogram".Rhombuses have all sides congruent.

It is called a Rhombus.

2 pair = 4, so 4 right angles is a rectangle. A square is a special case of rectangle.

Rhombushttp://www.mathwarehouse.com/geometry/quadrilaterals/parallelograms/images/rhombus/rhombus-diagram.jpg

It's a rectangle. A rectangle has four right angles, but only two pairs of equal sides.

It is called a parallelogram.

a parallelogram, maybe?

Parallelogram -- 2 pairs of parallel sides Trapezoid -- exactly 1 pair of parallel sides Rhombus -- 4 congruent sides Rectangle -- 4 angles congruent Square -- four angles and sides congruent

Parallelogram -- 2 pairs of parallel sides Trapezoid -- exactly 1 pair of parallel sides Rhombus -- 4 congruent sides Rectangle -- 4 angles congruent Square -- four angles and sides congruent

Both square and rectangle fit this description.

It does not have a specific name. I think that, of the named quadrilaterals, only a trapezium can have four different angles.

Quadrilaterals are a generic class of polygons (shapes that have only straight sides) that simply have 4 sides. "Quadrilateral" literally means "4-sided". Given that, I'm sure you can think of 2 very common quadrilaterals that have right angles: the "rectangle", and a special form of rectangle called a "square". The name "rectangle" literally means "right angle", and is called such because all 4 sides of this type of quadrilateral are connected by right angles. A square is a rectangle, all four of whose sides are equal in length. So a square is a rectangle is a quadrilateral.

it is a kite ! it has 2 pairs of equal sides and three obtuse angles by ansu

With quadrilaterals, if there are three equal angles, then we know that the fourth angle must be equal, so the quadrilateral is a rectangle. * * * * * That is absolute rubbish. You can have a quadrilateral with three angles of 70 degrees and the fourth of 150 degrees. There is no name for such quadrilaterals and the only thing that can be said about them is that they are irregular.

A quadrilateral is any polygon with four sides and four angles. Different types of quadrilaterals include trapezoid, parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, and square.

There are lots of different quadrilaterals that do not have two pairs of parallel sides: a kite, arrowhead, trapezium, and a shape which has no specific name.

A rectangle has 4 right angles

A rectangle has 4 right angles

I am assuming the question refers to a quadrilateral (quaratual) with two obtuse angles and two acute angles, and its opposite (oppoisite) angles (angliews) are not equal (equlal)! It could be a trapezium or a quadrilateral with so specific name. Quadrilaterals with equal angles or equal sides, or parallel sides are given special names but there is no specific name for quadrilaterals which do not have any of these characteristics.

A rectangle. Since it has two pairs of lines of identical length, then there is no way to have one right angle without all four being right angles (unless you change the lengths and then it is not a parallelogram). If you have four right angles, then you have a rectangle.

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