# How many acute and obtuse angles does a Rhombus have?

There are

One of the properties of a rhombus is that the opposite angles are equal. As a rhombus leans over more and more, two of the angles become more obtuse and the other two become more acute..

There are also 4 pairs of parallel lines in a rhombus. giving pairs of co-interior angles....

Similarly, as one angle becomes more obtuse, the other becomes small to maintain the sum of the co-interior angles at 180°.

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A rhombus has 4 acute angles and no obtuse angles.

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