The sum of the interior angles on an Obtuse Triangle is 1800 . This is true of ALL triangles.
The sum of the interior angles of an obtuse triangle as with all triangles is 180 degrees.
It's when you add up the exterior angles for an obtuse triangle.
the sum of any triangle is always 180 degrees...
Angle sum property of a triangle states that the sum of angles in any triangle should be 180 degree. An angle greater than 90 degree is an obtuse angle. If we have 2 obtuse angles in a triangle, say, 95 degree, 100 degree & 50, it always tend to violate the angle sum property of the triangle. So we cannot have 2 obtuse angles in a triangle.
No - not a plane triangle. The angles of a regular triangle must be equal. So an obtuse triangle, if regular, would have three obtuse angles. The sum of the angles would then be greater than 3*90 = 270 degrees. But the sum of angles of a triangle must be 180 degrees.
You mean "two". No. The sum of 2 obtuse angles must be over 180 degrees, which exceeds the sum of the 3 angles of a triangle = 180 degrees.
The interior angles of ANY triangle sum to 180 degrees.
It's acute. Sum the squares of the shorter two sides and compare to the square of the longest side. If the sum is less, the triangle is obtuse. If they are equal, the triangle is right angle. If the sum is more, the triangle is acute. 132 + 152 = 169 + 225 = 394 172 = 289 Sum is more so triangle is acute.
Nope, only one obtuse angle in a triangle is possible. The sum of the interior angles of a triangle is always 180º and an obtuse angle is larger than 90º. Thus the sum of two obtuse angles would be greater than 180º even without including an acute angle.