An angle that is 85 degrees is an acute
acute and obtuse.
No, an obtuse triangles has one obtuse angle and two acute angles. If a triangle has an obtuse angle, it is considered obtuse and cannot be acute.
obtuse + acute = obtuse or straight or reflex.
acute<90 right=90 obtuse>90
an obtuse angle is wider than an acute angle...(:
They will be acute angles.
No its a obtuse line there are no acute lines in it
First: Sides are not acute or obtuse. ANGLES are acute or obtuse. An acute triangle has to have all angles acute. Examples: 60, 60, 60 70, 60, 50 45, 50, 85 45, 45. 90 30, 60, 90 But if one of the angles is obtuse (>90 degrees), then the other two must be acute. Of course, *this* triangle would not be called an acute triangle, because one of its angles is abtuse; it would be called an obtuse triangle.
An acute triangle has three interior acute angles An obtuse triangle has one obtuse and two acute interior angles
Acute is an angle under 90o and obtuse is an angle over 90o
That is an acute angle. An obtuse angle is not acute.
They make a pair of acute angles and a pair of obtuse angles. In rotational order, the angles are acute, obtuse, acute, obtuse.
An obtuse angle is larger than an acute angle.
yes an obtuse triangle has two acute angles
there are 4 types of common angles. right, obtuse, acute, and straight.
Acute angle = <90 degrees Right angle = 90 degrees Obtuse angle = >90 degrees To answer your question, obtuse angle is larger.
sometimes,, you can have an odtuse angle 85 degrees and acute 23 degrees which is a total 108 degrees.