Greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees.
It will be an obtuse or an isosceles triangle which would look like a straight line
It can be an obtuse triangle with 2 different acute angles or it can be an isosceles triangle with 2 equal base angles of 17.5 degrees
it can be a triangle that is right, acute, or obtuse
it is a obtuse angle
no right angle with only one angle is obtuse
It has 3 interior angles one of which is an obtuse angle and the other two are acute angles and the 3 angles add up to 180 degrees.
It has 3 sides
an obtuse angle is greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees
Yes, it can; the only conditions the angles is that the angles must add up to 180 degrees, and of course that all angles must be positive. Such a triangle would be an "obtuse" triangle, since it has one obtuse angle.
A right angle triangle or an obtuse triangle
Equilateral triangle = All sides congruent Scalene triangle = No sides congruent Isosceles triangle = At LEAST two sides congruent Right triangle = Triangle with one right angle Obtuse triangle = Triangle with ONE obtuse angle Acute triangle = Triangle with ALL acute angles