101 degrees :p
Yes, but a triangle is acute only if all three of its angles are acute (< 90o).An isosceles triangle can be an acute triangle, but it doesn't have to be.An acute triangle can be an isosceles triangle, but it doesn't have to be.That depends on the sizes of its angle because an isosceles triangle has 2 equal sides and 2 equal angles which could be 70 degrees, 70 degrees and 40 degrees which are all acute angles that add up to 180 degrees.
Isosceles is a type of triangle that has at least two sides and two angles equal. An acute isosceles has one angle less than 90 degrees.
yes because an acute triangular is lower than 90 degrees so lets say you wanted a 50 degrees triangle that can be isosceles cuz the 2 angles can be 25 and 25 that acute and isosceles. :) :)Zoe
An acute isosceles triangle has three acute angles (
if you know what a acute triangle looks like and you know what a isosceles triangle looks like just combined them together and then find the angles and degrees you'll find what a acute isosceles triangle looks like if you got the degrees right and angles
No, an isosceles triangle can not be a right triangle, because a right triangle has an angle of 90 degrees angle, and two angles of 45 degrees. An isosceles triangle has all acute angles, therefor, making it an acute triangle, so no, an isosceles triangle is not, i repeat not, a right triangle.
It will have 1 right angle and 2 acute angles each measuring 45 degrees.
An acute triangle can be an isosceles triangle, but it doesn't have to be. An isosceles triangle can be an acute triangle, but it doesn't have to be.
Yes an isosceles triangle can contain 3 acute angles providing that 2 of them are equal in size and that the 3 angles add up to 180 degrees.
Yes an isosceles triangle can have two equal acute base angles of 40 degrees and an apex angle of 100 degrees