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Q: Why cant a triangle have a reflex angle?

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No triangle can ever have a reflex angle inside it.

A heptagon. It can have a reflex interior angle, a triangle cannot.

A reflex angle is between 180Â° and 360Â°. The sum of the 3 angles in a triangle is 180Â°, so the largest possible angle in a triangle is slightly less than 180Â°

No. A triangle is never an angle, no matter what position it's in.If you remove one of the sides of a triangle, then you have an angle.If you have a right angle (a corner), then the other side of it is certainlya reflex angle.

If you mean the reflex angle is an interior angle of the triangle then no. The sum of the interior angles of a triangle is 180o, which mean all the angles must be less than 180o, but a reflex angle is greater than 180o and so cannot be one of these angles.

An obtuse angle and a reflex angle are bigger than a right angle

Types of angles: acute, right angle, obtuse and reflex Types of triangles: equilateral, isoceles, right angle triangle and scalene

Answer Reflex Angle

You can't. It is physically impossible as a triangle has 180 degrees, so all it's angles must add up to 180, and a reflex angle is an angle more than 180 degrees, therefore, cannot be done.

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A reflex angle is larger.

An angle of 215 degrees is a reflex angle

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