An oblique triangle is any triangle that is not a right triangle. An oblique triangle could be either obtuse (having one side greater than 90 degrees) or acute. An acute triangle is one with all three angles less than 90 degrees. It cannot be obtuse, or right.
Yes, there can be oblique lines in a triangle. However, there can only be oblique lines in a triangle if the triangle is considered to be a 'right' triangle.
No.The definition of an oblique triangle is "any triangle that is not a right triangle".
High oblique includes the horizon and low does not.
If it is a pyramid the apex has to be in the middle of the base.... for it to be right If it is not then its is oblique
an oblique prism is slanted and a regular prism is not, its right.
An oblique triangle has no right angle.
The difference is that the Isometric projection shows more and accurate drawing than the Oblique project which is just a pictorial method.
the difference between a triangle and a trapozoid is that a triangle has 3 sides and corners and a trapozid has 4 sides and corners.Also a triangle is a triangle and a trapoizd is a quadrillateral.
a triangle has 3 points