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science space and astronomy# How many 90 degree angles does a parallelogram have?

**angles**of a

**Parallelogram**equals 360

**degrees**. For the Rectangle or Square the sum total of fourcorners, each a

**90 degree**angle, give us 360

**degrees**.

Similarly, you may ask, does a parallelogram have 4 90 degree angles?

Here are the things to remember. A square **has** got**4** sides of equal length and **4** right **angles**(right **angle** = **90 degrees**). A **Rhombus has** got**4** sides of equal length and opposite sides are parallel and**angles** are equal.

Also know, do parallelogram have 90 degrees?

The classic definition of a **parallelogram** inEuclidean geometry is that it is a non-intersecting**quadrilateral** ABCD with AB parallel to CD and BC parallel toDA. A consequence of the definition is that opposite angles**are** of equal measure. So if one angle is **90 degrees**,the opposite angle is also **90 degrees**.

Answer and Explanation: A **trapezoid** might not **have** any right**angles**, or it might **have** two right **angles**.Most **trapezoids have** two acute **angles** (under **90degrees**) and two