Yes, I can.
Every triangle must have at least 2 of them, and many triangles have 3 of them.
Draw a parallelogram. (See the link for a picture.)
no no no no what picture are you talking about
You use the right angle next to an acute angle perhaps and you see that when a angle is closer together it is an acute angle and if it is spread apart or farther apart from a right angle it is an obtuse angle. If the angle is a straight line and doesn't look bent like a right angle it is a straight angle.
Three right angles, where one of the "arms" of the angle curves inwards which makes the angle appear less than a right angle.
A right angle is 90 degrees. You will know if you see a right angle because it will usually have a square in its corner.
A 110 degree angle is slightly larger than a right angle. For a picture, see the related link below.It is slightly larger than a right angle. For a picture, see the related link below.
This is not possible. If a triangle is a Right angled triangle then the sum of the two angles which are not right will be = 90 [Angle Sum Property] That's why you see.
just see if its a right angle
There are no angles in the letter l it is a straight line That's not right. There is one angle in the Letter l. its a 180 degree angle.
You're not at the right angle to see them.