You would find that for every quadrilateral, the sum of the interior angles will always be **360**°. … Since the sum of the interior angles of any triangle is 180° and there **are** two triangles in a quadrilateral, the sum of the angles for each quadrilateral is **360**°.

- Q. Does Sin work for non-right triangles?
- Q. Does a straight angle always have 180 degrees?
- Q. Do all shapes have 360 degrees?
- Q. Does a triangle have 4 right angles?
- Q. Which shape has most right angles?
- Q. How many right angles does a diamond have?
- Q. Can a rhombus have 4 right angles?
- Q. Does a diamond have 90 degree angles?
- Q. Does a rhombus have any 90 degree angles?
- Q. Does a parallelogram have 2 90 degree angles?
- Q. Can a parallelogram have 4 right angles?
- Q. Does a trapezoid have any 90 degree angles?

A **triangle’s** angles add up to **180 degrees** because one exterior angle is **equal** to the sum of the other two angles in the **triangle**. In other words, the other two angles in the **triangle** (the ones that add up to form the exterior angle) must combine with the third angle to **make** a **180** angle.

## Q. Does Sin work for non-right triangles?

The Law of Sines **can** be used to solve oblique **triangles**, which are **non**–**right triangles**. According to the Law of Sines, the ratio of the measurement of one of the angles to the length of its opposite side equals the other two ratios of angle measure to opposite side.

## Q. Does a straight angle always have 180 degrees?

A **straight angle** is exactly **180 degrees** and is composed of exactly one **line** with no changes in vector. … Additionally, any two contiguous angles must be supplementary or equal **180 degrees**. A **line** perpendicular to a **straight angle** forms two right angles.

## Q. Do all shapes have 360 degrees?

A **right triangle** has one angle **equal** to 90 degrees. A **right triangle** can also be an isosceles **triangle**–which means that it has two sides that are **equal**. A **right** isosceles **triangle** has a 90-degree angle and two 45-degree angles.

## Q. Does a triangle have 4 right angles?

A **triangle** can **have** one **right angle**. A quadrilateral can **have** four **right angles**. Sum of Interior **Angles** = 540′.

## Q. Which shape has most right angles?

Rectangle

## Q. How many right angles does a diamond have?

Change Your Square They’ll probably say you **have** a **diamond** on your wall. But a **diamond** also **has** four equal sides and **right angles** at the corners.

## Q. Can a rhombus have 4 right angles?

A square **has** two pairs of parallel sides, four **right angles**, and all four sides are equal. It is also a rectangle and a parallelogram. A **rhombus** is defined as a parallelogram with four **equal sides**. … No, because a **rhombus does** not **have** to **have 4 right angles**.

## Q. Does a diamond have 90 degree angles?

If you **have** a shape that **has** 4 equal sides, but only opposite **angles** are equal, it’s a **diamond**. … The opposite sides are parallel, but the **corners do** not form right **angles**. A **diamond** shape is a good example of a **rhombus**. The opposite sides are equal, but the **corners do** not form right **angles**.

## Q. Does a rhombus have any 90 degree angles?

Explanation: As a parallelogram, **rhombus has** a sum of two interior **angles** that share a side equal to 180∘ . Therefore, only if all **angles** are equal, they all are equal to **90**∘ . That equality of all **angles** makes a square out of **rhombus**.

## Q. Does a parallelogram have 2 90 degree angles?

Right **Angles** in **Parallelograms** Although students are taught that four-sided figures with right **angles** — **90 degrees** — are either squares or rectangles, they are also **parallelograms**, but with four congruent **angles** instead of **two** pairs of **two** congruent **angles**.

## Q. Can a parallelogram have 4 right angles?

Rectangle: A **parallelogram** with **4 right angles**. **Rhombus**: A **parallelogram** with **4** sides with equal length.

## Q. Does a trapezoid have any 90 degree angles?

A **trapezoid** is a quadrilateral with one pair of opposite sides parallel. It can **have** right **angles** (a right **trapezoid**), and it can **have** congruent sides (isosceles), but those are not required.

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