No, because there is no acute angle in a circle.
An acute angle is an angle that goes from anywhere between 0 and 90 degrees. Another way of putting it is an acute angle is any angle that if the bend is at the centre of a circle it will cover a quarter or less of the circle.
It has a straight, right, acute, and obtuse angles.
It is an angle which is 1/45 of a whole circle.
An acute central angle will subtend an acute arc, or one that is less than 1/4 of the whole circle.
1 acute angle = 1 acute angle
That is an acute angle. An obtuse angle is not acute.
An acute angle
There are many such shapes. A circle is perhaps the most obvious.
An acute angle has one angle.
This is an acute angle.