It has two obtuse angles
There are no angles they are all obtuse angles
A rhombus have 2 obtuse angles
There can be 10 obtuse angles. If there are no reflex angles there can by up to three acute angles (I think).
Triangles do not have to have any obtuse angles but they can have one.
There are 3 obtuse angles in a heptagon.
A trapezium has one or two obtuse angles.
An obtuse triangle can have no right angles, and has two equal angles.
there are none acute angles in a hexagon, all obtuse, all six angles are obtuse none are acute or right angle
There are 3 obtuse angles. All 3 exterior angles are obtuse. (This is, admittedly, a bit of trick question!)
One and the two others are acute angles
A trapezium has 2 obtuse and 2 acute angles.
A triangle can have at most one obtuse angle, but triangles do not necessarily have any obtuse angles.
It depends on they type of arrowhead you have. If it is a arrowhead in the shape of a directional arrow, there are no obtuse angles. The most possible obtuse angles is 1.
a trapezium has two obtuse angles or one if it has a right angle
well then big guy how many obtuse angles are on a average penis
No right triangle can have any obtuse angles inside it.
its only possible to have one obtuse angle.
well a trapezoid is a square (has four sides) in all different angles: there are 2 obtuse angles and 2 acute angles Hope it helps
There can be 0 to 5 right angles, or 1 to 6 obtuse angles in a hexagon.
It can have 0 or 2 right angles, 1 or 2 acute or obtuse angles.
it is 3 obtuse angles. A pentagon has five obtuse internal angles in plan view. i.e. looking down on it from above. A pentagon has five obtuse internal angles in plan view. i.e. looking down on it from above.