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An equilateral triangle can have a right angle. True False

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because all angles are of 60 degrees...

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Parallelogram with right angles is called a rectangle. Pretty sure they exist. Trapezoids have four sides, two of which are parallel. Like all quadrilaterals, they have a total of 360 degrees of interior angle. It is hard to get four obtuse angles to total to only 360. Similarly, a quadrilateral with four acute angles will have a hard time summing to 360 degrees. Seems to me that (ii) and (iii) are conditions that are hard to meet.

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