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Yes. Only triangles on a flat plane have angles summing 180°.

Q: Can a triangle equal more than 180 degrees?

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A triangle that has only 2 equal sides and is more than ninety degrees.

not if its more than 90 degrees

The classifications of a triangle are:Right Triangle- has one angle that is 90 degreesEquilateral Triangle- has three equal sides and three equal angles (each is 60 degrees)Isosceles Triangle- has two equal sides and two equal anglesScalene Triangle- has no congruent sidesAcute Triangle- has three acute angles (less than 90 degrees)Obtuse Triangle- has one obtuse angle (more than 90 degrees)

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An obtuse triangle has 1 angle greater than 90 degrees and 2 angles less than 90 degrees but of different sizes

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An obtuse triangle.

A triangle that has only 2 equal sides and is more than ninety degrees.

not if its more than 90 degrees

The classifications of a triangle are:Right Triangle- has one angle that is 90 degreesEquilateral Triangle- has three equal sides and three equal angles (each is 60 degrees)Isosceles Triangle- has two equal sides and two equal anglesScalene Triangle- has no congruent sidesAcute Triangle- has three acute angles (less than 90 degrees)Obtuse Triangle- has one obtuse angle (more than 90 degrees)

Yes.

An obtuse triangle has 1 angle greater than 90 degrees and 2 angles less than 90 degrees but of different sizes

never In non-Euclidean geometry triangles can have angles that are more or less than 180 degrees.

No, a triangle can't have more than 1 obtuse angle because all the angles have to equal 180 degrees, and an obtuse angle is larger than 90 degrees. if it had more than 1 obtuse angle, the angles wouldn't equal 180 degrees and you wouldn't be able to make a third angle.

Yes. A triangle can be classified as: For angles 1. If a triangle has at least 1 angle that has an angle measure of more than 90 degrees, it can be called an obtuse triangle 2. If a triangle has 3 angles that are less than 90 degrees, it's a acute triangle. 3. If a triangle has an angle that has an angle measure of 90 degrees, it can be called and right triangle For sides: 1. All equal sides= equilateral. 2. 2 equal sides= Isosceles 3. No equal sides= scalene

Nope that's completely impossible unless it is a hyperbolick tryangel

an obtuse triangle - obtuse- more than 90 degrees

an angle less than 90 degrees but more than 0 degrees.So basically, a triangle 89-1 degrees is an acute triangle.