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Q: What would the range of the angles obtuse and acute be if you added them togetther?

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No because any triangle must have a total of 180 degrees when the angles are added together and with 2 obtuse angles the sum would be greater than 180. A triangle can only ever have one obtuse angle.

hi ritishaImproved Answer:-Not normally but a trapezoid can have 2 right angles. 1 acute angle and 1 obtuse angle with the 4 angles added together totaling 360 degrees

First, an acute angle is an Angle that is less than a right angle (<90°) Secondly, an obtuse angle is one that is more than a right angle but less then a straight angle (<180°) then, the complementary angles of a pair of angles is 90° or a Right angle and the complement of an acute angle is the amount needed of an unknown angle (against known angles) to make 90° or a right angle a supplementary angle are a pair of angles which, when Added together, make 180° or a straight line. and the suplement to an angle is the value of an unknow angle to to be added on to make 180°

you get two angles that are the sum of the original angle but, when added, are the total. (45+45=90)

An obtuse angle is any angle that is between 91 degrees and 179 degrees. It can be added to a supplementary acute angle to form a straight line.

Triangles whether acute, obtuse, equilateral or scalene will only ever have angles that add to 180 degrees.

Right angles aren't formed by other angles - it is already an angle itself. However, if you bisect a right angle, it becomes two acute angles.

No. An acute angle measures less than ninty degrees, so it is possible to have two angle that when added together that the sum sill equal or exceed 90 degrees.

The hypotneuse is squared and added to the base

Two angles which added together make 90o are called Complementary angles

It depends on how many degrees the acute angle is. A right angle is 90 degrees so it would be 90 degrees added to whatever the two other sums of the angle are are. An acute angle as the measurements of 0 degrees to 90 degrees, actually basically to 89.

Supplementary angles.

Supplementary angles are two angles that, when added together, are equal to 180 degrees.

2 angles that equal more than 90 degrees when added

Complimentary angles.

Complimentary Angles are those, when added, will sum up to be 90.

It is not possable for two obtuse angles to be supplementary. This is because an obtuse angle is an angle greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees while a supplementary angle is an angle which, when added to an existing angle will sum to 180 degrees. This can be explained mathematically, If A + B ≠ 180 where A and B are both obtuse. In this equation, there are constraints on both variables in this equation. These are, a). A + B ≠ 180 b). 180 > A > 90 c). 180 > B > 90 If we look at (90 + ∞-1) + (90 + ∞-1) you do not get 180, which would mean that two obtuse numbers could be supplementary, but you get 180 + 2∞-1 which by definition is An angle larger than two right angles but less than a full circle (between 180° and 360°" - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reflex_angle#Types_of_angles

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54 degrees.An angle's complement, when added to the original angle, will form a right (90 degree) angle. Note that only acute (< 90 degree) angles can have or be complements.

complementary angles..there are a lot any 2 angles when added together that make 90 degreesComplementary

180 degrees

The triangle has three exterior angles. Added together, their total is 180 degrees.(Same as the total of the three interior angles when they're added together.)

Two angles must be equal and when added to the third angle should total 180 degrees.

The 3 interior angles in any triangle add up to 180 degrees.

5 exterior angles add up to 360 degrees 5 interior angles add up to 540 degrees