A parallelogram is a quadrilateral that has two pairs of parallel sides.
Some parallelograms, such as squares and rectangles have right angles, but most do not.
So the answer is a parallelograms that is not a rectangle (square).
parallelogram... slanted rectangular box.. therefore no right angles
A square - or a rectangle.
The square and rectangle.
A parallelogram has both pairs of opposite sides parallel but no right angles. A special kind of parallelogram is a rhombus which has all its sides of equal length
A four-sided shape with two pairs of parallel sides is a parallelogram. But if it has at least one right angle, then it has to have four right angles... which makes it a rectangle.
A square. A rectangle.
This is a parallelogram, opposite sides are of equal length and opposite angles are equal in size.
If you mean shape there is no such shape. if a 4 sided shape has 2 right angles it MUST be either a square or a rectangle, in which case there are actually 4 right angles and 2 pairs of parallel sides. =)
A Hexagon has 3 pairs of parallel line and all angles are obtuse.
a parallelogram, maybe?
a rectangle, sometime but not always is a square
A shape with parallel sides but no right angles is called a parallelogram
It is a square or a rectangle
what shape has 4 right angles and 2 pairs of equal sides?
That would be a parallelogram, right.
The shape you are referring to is a kite.
A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides. In the special case that the angles are right angles, the shape becomes a rectangle.
No. A square has 2 sets of parallel sides and FOUR RIGHT ANGLES.A rhombus has two sets of parallel sides and NO right angles.
A shape with opposite sides parallel and of the same length and four right angles is a rectangle.
a rhombus/parallelogram. hope this helped! :D
A shape with no right angles and one pair of parallel lines would be called a trapezoid in the USA, and a trapezium in Britain.
A square has 4 right angles, and 2 pairs of equal, perpendicular sides.
A square or a rectangle. There isn't one. A square o a rectangle fit this description best but they have 2 pairs of parallel sides.
A rectangle has two right angles and parcel sides
It could be a hexagon which is stretched out so that one pair of opposite angles become acute - but they must be different otherwise you will have three pairs of parallel sides.
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