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Q: What is the difference between an acute triangle and an obtuse triangle?

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A right triangle has one angle a right angle (90o) An obtuse triangle has one angle an obtuse angle (> 90o) An acute triangle has all angles acute (< 90o)

A right triangle has one angle that is a right angle (90 degrees). An obtuse triangle has one angle that is obtuse (between 90 and 180 degrees). An acute triangle is a triangle in which all three angles are acute (less than 90 degrees).

In an acute triangle, all angles are smaller then 90%, In a obtuse triangle, there is normally one angle greater then 90%. A easy way to remember acute triangle, is it has the word "cute" in it.

They all have different measurements. A right angle is 90 an acute is 89 and down and an obtuse is 91 and up.

an obtuse scalene has an obtuse(more than 90 degrees)angle and 0 same length sides and a acute isosceles triangle has one acute,less than 90 degree angle and has 2 same length sides

No, an obtuse triangles has one obtuse angle and two acute angles. If a triangle has an obtuse angle, it is considered obtuse and cannot be acute.

Right = 90 degrees, acute = less than 90 degrees, obtuse = over 90, but less than 180 degrees. (between 180 and 360 is called "reflex".) A right triangle contains one right angle; an obtuse triangle contains one obtuse angle; and an acute triangle contains only acute angles.

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If all of the angles in a triangle are acute then it is an acute triangle. If one angle is right (or 90 degrees) then it is a right triangle. If one angle is obtuse then it is an obtuse triangle.

No, because if there is on obtuse angle the triangle will always be obtuse.

yes an obtuse triangle has two acute angles

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