Q: Is it possible to divide the square into 2 obtuse trangle?

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no, a square consists of all right angles

There are no obtuse angles in a square. A square is a perfect 90 degree angle.

square and Equilateral Trangle

no, a square has 4 right angles

NO, a square had only four right angle (90 degree angles). An obtuse angle is any angle greater/larger than 90 degrees. So a square has NO obtuse angles at all.

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no, a square consists of all right angles

A square.

The spelling in this question leave a lot to be desired and the meaning of the question is even more obtuse! A trangle (or triangle, even) cannot be 150 square feet and, at the same time, have an area of 24 feet. And that is apart from the fact that nothing can have an area of 24 feet since that is a linear measure, not a measure of area!

trangle

There are no obtuse angles in a square. A square is a perfect 90 degree angle.

square and Equilateral Trangle

It forms 2 45-45-90 triangles.

no, a square has 4 right angles

NO, a square had only four right angle (90 degree angles). An obtuse angle is any angle greater/larger than 90 degrees. So a square has NO obtuse angles at all.

No. By definition, a square can have only right angles.

Any parallelogram that is not a rectangle or a square must have two obtuse angles (and two acute ones).

then the triangle is not a right trangle and has angles that are not 90 degrees.