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Is it always true, sometimes true, or never true that a regular quadrilateral have 2 or more obtuse exterior angles?

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I can construct a quadrilateral with interior angles of 91,91,91, and 87
giving me one obtuse exterior angle.

I can construct a quadrilateral with interior angles of 89,89,89, and 93
giving me three obtuse exterior angles.

What do you think?

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I see that it would be always true if I understand correctly

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but ...
I gave you an example where there was only ONE obtuse exterior angle.

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we have problem it'sa regular quadilateral example given by u is not correct

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