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# Which type of quadrilateral cannot have more than one right angle?

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### Why can't a quadrilateral have more than three obtuse angle?

because if it has more than three obtuse angles than its not a
quadrilateral.
This is because a quadrilateral has 360 degrees, right? Well
an obtuse angle is an angle greater than 90 degrees. That being
said the smallest obtuse angle you can have is 91 degrees. If you
have four obtuse angles, then the sum of them is greater than 360
(ex: 91+91+91+91=364) and it's geometrically impossible to draw a
quadrilateral with 4 obtuse angles.
Three obtuse angles are possible if the fourth is acute(less
then 90 degrees) and they all add up to 360.
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### What quadrilateral has six right angles?

A quadrilateral has 4 sides (quad), in a in a simple figure, the
4 sides can make at most 4 angles, so no quadrilateral has more (or
less, in actuality) than 4 interior angles.
if the figure is a complex quadrilateral, edges can cross to
make up to 6 interior angles, but since the complex quadrilateral
must then be reducible into 2 triangles, it cannot have 6 right
angles.

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### Can a right triangle have more than one right angle?

No. It's impossible, obviously a triangle could NOT have more
then one right angle. Gosh people are ignorant these days.
Remember, the angles of a triangle all have to add up to 180
degrees, and must have THREE angles to be a triangle, and 90, the
degrees of a right angle, and 90, the degrees of ANOTHER right
angle, equals... 180 degrees. And you simply cannot have a zero
degrees angle.

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