Right angle is 90degrees acute angle is less than 90 degrees
right triangle. pretty easy! lol. if it makes a right angle it should be a right triangle. if it is acute. it is an acute triangle, and the same with obtuse. its all simple to remember
Corners are right (90 degree) angles. Any other degree, (an acute or obtuse angle), is not considered a corner. :)
If the other angle is smaller than the right angle, it is an acute angle.If the other angle is the same as the right angle, it is a right angle.If the other angle is bigger than the right angle but smaller than two right angles, it is an obtuse angle.If the other angle is the same as two right angles, it is a straight angle.If the other angle is bigger than two right angle but smaller than four right angles, it is a reflex angle.After four right angles, the other angle starts back at being an acute angle.
A right angled triangle has one angle that is 90 degrees. The other two must be acute and may (but need not) be equal to one another. An acute triangle has all its angles less than 90 degrees. They may be all the same, two of them the same or all different. An isosceles triangle has two angles the same (and hence acute). The third angle can be acute, right or obtuse. A scalene triangle has three unequal angles. Two of them must be acute but the third may be acute, right or obtuse.
Not really because corners have all different obtuse and acute angles.
No there are different angle such as right angles, obtuse angles, and acute angles.
No a right angled triangle consists of two acute angles and one right angle
yes in fact every triangle has at least one acute angle
No. All three angles of an acute traingle are less than 90 degrees, so it cannot be a right triangle. The only similarity between them is that right angle triangle has 2 acute angles while acute triangles has 3 acute angles
A 10 degree acute angle is the same as a 10 degree acute angle and so therefore they are both congruent.
Only if they're each 45 degrees.