Q: Can a triangle have segments that measure 105 degrees and 90degrees?

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130 degrees is the measure of the base angles of an isosceles triangle whose vertex has a measure of 50 degrees.

The angles in a triangle will always equal 180 degrees. 180 - 48.3 - 33.6 = 98.1

Right angle is 90degrees acute angle is less than 90 degrees

A right triangle.

A triangle can't measure 75 degrees. A measure in degrees applies to angles, not to polygons such as triangles. In a triangle on a flat surface, the sum of angles is 180Â°.

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A right triangle.

180 degrees.

130 degrees is the measure of the base angles of an isosceles triangle whose vertex has a measure of 50 degrees.

The angles in a triangle will always equal 180 degrees. 180 - 48.3 - 33.6 = 98.1

Right angle is 90degrees acute angle is less than 90 degrees

It is an obtuse scalene triangle.

The sum of the angles of any triangle is 180 degrees.

A right triangle, whose the length measure of the side opposite to the angle of 30 degrees is one half of the length measure of the hypotenuse.

An obtuse triangle

A right triangle.

A triangle can't measure 75 degrees. A measure in degrees applies to angles, not to polygons such as triangles. In a triangle on a flat surface, the sum of angles is 180Â°.

180 degrees.