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Answered 2012-02-14 21:46:22

A parallelogram, a rhombus, kites, arrowheads, trapezium and irregular quadrilaterals.

However, some kites, arrowheads, trapezium and irregular quadrilaterals can have one (or more) right angles.

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A quadrilateral with 0 right angles is a trapezoid, i know it looks like it has right angles IT DOES NOT!