Q: A real life example of an obtuse angle?

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A roof (:

an angle whose measure is greater then 90 and less the n180

Hmmm... Maybe on an art design? This one's hard. By: SupeRMAn

a corner of a desk

The roof truss of a building with a low ridge roof.

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A roof (:

Roof of a house

the rooftops of most houses or buildings

An Obtuse angle is more than 90Â° but less than 180Â°. Real life examples would be fans, and most rooftops of houses and buildings.

people playing sports-angle of legs, arm, ect

An umbrella.

an angle whose measure is greater then 90 and less the n180

Someone doing the "Y" in the "YMCA" dance. XD A reclined chair. A door swinging open. There's a few for you. (:

the peak of a roof often forms an obtuse triangle.

Hmmm... Maybe on an art design? This one's hard. By: SupeRMAn

a corner of a desk

An angle formed as a see-saw is a real life example.