Q: Can two different angles make triangle?

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It is impossible to have a triangle with two right angles. This is because a triangle=180 degrees. Two right angles would make up all of the 180 degrees.

A scalene triangle is a triangle in which all three sides and all three angles are different. Therefore two angles of a scalene triangle are NEVER congruent.

In normal geometry, it's not possible to make a triangle with two obtuse angles. It is possible to make a triangle with two obtuse angles in spherical geometry -- it's a kind of "spherical triangle". It is possible to make a triangle with two obtuse angles in some kinds of non-Euclidean geometry -- it's a kind of "non-Euclidean triangle".

The scalene triangles are weird because they are defined by what they aren't. The inside angles of a scalene triangle are always all different. If all three angles are different, then the triangle is scalene, and all the sides are different lengths. Imagine two angles are the same. The triangle would then be an Isosceles triangle, which has two sides the same length. If all three angles are the same, it would be an equilateral triangle and all three sides would be the same length.

A scalene triangle is one in which all angles are different and all sides are different. An isosceles triangle has two angles the same and two sides the same. An equilateral triangle has all three angles the same (60o) and all three sides the same. A right angle triangle has one of the angles 90o; the side opposite the right angle (90o) is called the hypotenuse.

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A scalene triangle can have an obtuse angle and two different acute angles or three different acute angles but all angles in a triangle must add up to 180 degrees.

It is impossible to have a triangle with two right angles. This is because a triangle=180 degrees. Two right angles would make up all of the 180 degrees.

A scalene triangle is a triangle in which all three sides and all three angles are different. Therefore two angles of a scalene triangle are NEVER congruent.

In normal geometry, it's not possible to make a triangle with two obtuse angles. It is possible to make a triangle with two obtuse angles in spherical geometry -- it's a kind of "spherical triangle". It is possible to make a triangle with two obtuse angles in some kinds of non-Euclidean geometry -- it's a kind of "non-Euclidean triangle".

A triangle with two angles of the same degree and the this one at a different degree.

An isosceles triangle has two equal sides or, equivalently, two equal angles. In an equilateral triangle, all three sides are the same - as are all three angles.

No you cannot make a triangle with two right angles. In all triangles the sum of the angles is always 180°. Also all triangles have three angles. If there are two right angles, you already have 180° and cannot have another angle to complete the triangle.

The scalene triangles are weird because they are defined by what they aren't. The inside angles of a scalene triangle are always all different. If all three angles are different, then the triangle is scalene, and all the sides are different lengths. Imagine two angles are the same. The triangle would then be an Isosceles triangle, which has two sides the same length. If all three angles are the same, it would be an equilateral triangle and all three sides would be the same length.

A scalene triangle is one in which all angles are different and all sides are different. An isosceles triangle has two angles the same and two sides the same. An equilateral triangle has all three angles the same (60o) and all three sides the same. A right angle triangle has one of the angles 90o; the side opposite the right angle (90o) is called the hypotenuse.

a triangle always forms two angles?