What would a trapezoid look like if it had one right angle?
it will actualy look like a obtuse angle on the bottom of the shape
Some trapezoids will, while others will not. For a trapezoid, you must have a polygon with 4 sides, with exactly two of them being parallel to each other. Your trapezoid could have a right angle if it looked like this: ____ | \ -------- But not if it looked like this: ______ / \ ---------- Trapezoids can vary in shape, so your trapezoid may or may not have a right angle.
A trapezoid can't have three right angles. A quadrilateral with three right angles must have a total of four right angles, since a quadrilateral's interior angles add up to 360. 360 - (3*90) = 90, so the fourth angle would have to be right as well. A quadrilateral with four right angles is not a trapezoid; instead it is a rectangle or a square.
Somewhere between a trapezoid and a triangle. Imagine an image where the left edge is perpendicular to the base (right angle), the top declines slightly from left to right (acute angle), and the right side declines sharply from the top (obtuse) to its intersection with the base (acute). Another option would be for the top to incline as it moves away from the side forming the obtuse angle, then the other side declines even more…