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Is it always true, sometimes true, or never true that a regular quadrilateral has two or more obtuse exterior angles?

Is it Sometimes true

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Never. Another definition for a regular quadrilateral is a square. Squares have no obtuse angles.

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Thank you drawls very much for your help.. I will keep that in my notes

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