I am a closed shape made of 6 line segments. I have 2 angles less than a right angle and no right angles. What shape am I?
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The shape of 2 right angles is a square.
Acute triangles . They can have three angles, all less than90 degrees (total is 180 degrees). Shapes with more than three sides must have angles of 90 degrees ormore because t…he total of their angles must be 360 degrees(quadrilaterals) or more.
A cyclic kite. A kite is cyclic if it has only two right angles.
lots of shapes are like that! any shape with smooth edges can have no right angles if you rearange the sides and their lengths. a hexagon is any shape with six sides, so it ca…n have almost any angle in it. same with octagon and eight. in fact, shape names are just categories.
This question is impossible to answer there is no bigger angles than a right which are called obtuse angles and are definitely impossible
a square and a rectangle
Yes, a trapezoid can have two right angles and two acute angles. Its only requirement is that it has two parallel sides.
a right triangle
Circle, cone, cylinder, sphere and equilateral triangle for example.
Most shapes have no line of symmetry and no right angle. Look at your hand, feet, face or body (the last two are only nearly symmetrical), the keyboard, the monitor.
Hexagon...Don't get caught up in the number of right angles. What matters is the number of sides...It has 6 sides. A regular hexagon has equal sides and equal angles(120)
Lots of shapes. To start with, an irregular blob (that is a technical term)!
What closed shape is made of 6 line segments has 2 angles less than a right angle and no right angles?
Any closed shape with 6 line segments is a hexagon.