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Q: Can an acute angle have the same measurement on each side?

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Right angle is 90degrees acute angle is less than 90 degrees

No. An acute angle is an angle smaller than 90 degrees. A right angle is an angle that is exactly 90 degrees

Not necessarily. Congruent means "the same as each other", but an acute angle can be anything from 0-89 degrees. Hence there's many possibilities for them to be not the same as each other.

yes in fact every triangle has at least one acute angle

A 10 degree acute angle is the same as a 10 degree acute angle and so therefore they are both congruent.

An equilateral triangle has the same length for each side, and the same angle for each vertex. All triangles have a mathematical property that states that the sum of all three angles in any triangle will equal 180 degrees. Since we know that all angles are the same, and there are three of them, each angle must be 60 degrees. An acute angle is one that is less than 90 degrees, and thus, each of the three angles are acute.

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Only if they're each 45 degrees.

In the same way that you bisect an acute triangle. Alternatively, you could extend one of the rays of the obtuse angle so that you have an acute angle. Bisect that angle and then draw a perpendicular to the bisector of the acute angle through the vertex.

A congruent angle can also mean equal angle. So there is no set measurement of a congruent angle. Just the same as the angle it is equal to.

no. Equilateral is the same amount of sides on 2 different shapes. and acute is smaller than a 90 degree angle.

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