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3 June, 12:57

Can a parallelogram have two 45 degree angles and two 75 degree angles? Why or why not?

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  1. 3 June, 13:24
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    Answer:No, the sum of the parallelogram's four angles must be equal to 360

    Step-by-step explanation:

    All four of a parallelogram's angles must add up to 360. Here, the angles only add up to 45 * 2 + 75 * 2 = 240 degrees.

    Also, two adjacent angles must add up to 180. Here, the two adjacent angles 45 and 75 only add up to 120 degrees.
  2. 3 June, 14:14
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    no

    Step-by-step explanation:

    A parallelogram has to have 4 angles that add to 360 degrees

    45+45 + 75+75

    90+150

    240

    This does not equal 360

    No
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