**3**(90) , or 90 levels. Because the resultant determine has 4

**right angles**, its reverse sides should be parallel, so it can’t be a

**trapezoid**.

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Additionally requested, might a trapezoid have 3 right angles?

If, nonetheless, the definition states that two sides of a quadrilateral should be parallel and two different should not (discover, this isn’t a typical definition), then rectangle isn’t a explicit kind of **trapezoid** and Kevin **might** not draw a **trapezoid with three right angles**.

One might also ask, is it possible for a trapezoid to have a right angle? A **trapezoid** is a quadrilateral with one pair of reverse sides parallel. It might **have right angles** (a **right trapezoid**), and it can **have** congruent sides (isosceles), however these aren’t required.

Individuals additionally ask, what number of right angles are there in a trapezoid?

2 right angles

Can a quadrilateral have only 3 right angles?

**Quadrilaterals have** 4 sides and 4 **angles**. The outside **angles** of any convex polygon (ie no inside angle is lower than 180 levels) add up to 360 levels ( 4 **right angles**). Subsequently, if **3** inner **angles** are **right angles**, the 4th angle should even be a **right** angle. So no **quadrilaterals have precisely 3 right angles**.

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