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You can have one angle that is 178 degrees and the remaining two that sum to 2 degrees. A very thin triangle.

If, on the other hand, you claim that the sum of all three angles is 178 degrees then there are two possible reasons. The more likely one is that you have made a mistake. Alternatively, the triangle is on a slightly concave surface.

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The sum of all angles in a triangle is 180 degrees, so if 2 are only 1 degree, then the 3rd has 178 degrees. A verrrrry flat triangle.

more than 90 degrees and up to 180. - The first part of the above is true, but the largest side can only equal up to 178 degrees. The sum of all THREE angles equals 180 (in EVERY triangle), so, logically, a single angle in a triangle cannot be 180 degrees.

A right angles triangle, as one of the angles in the triangle is 90 degrees.

A right angled scalene triangle

A right-angle triangle

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It is an isosceles triangle that has 2 equal base angles of 1 degree with the 3rd angle being 178 degrees and in this case it would nearly look like a straight line.

The sum of all angles in a triangle is 180 degrees, so if 2 are only 1 degree, then the 3rd has 178 degrees. A verrrrry flat triangle.

178 degrees is the largest angle for an obtuse angle because 180 is a straight angle and 90 degrees is an right angle and below 90 degrees is an acute angle. Some supposedly say that the answer is 179,But it's not! the reason behind this is because in a triangle all the angles have to add up to 180 degrees. There are 3 points to a triangle so there has to be 2 extra degrees taken off of 180, which equals to 178. Explanation is terms: angle A + angle B + angle C = 180 degrees [Sum of supplementary angles of a triangle] 178 degrees + 1 degree + 1 degree = 180 degrees which makes sense. I figured this out when i was doing homework... Hope this helps you other people

if a triangle equals 180 degrees and has three sides the biggest side could be 178, which would leave 1 degree for the other two angles, unless you go to decimal degrees

Probably there is somewhere in Saturn where the temperature is 178 degrees. At the surface it's probably more like -178 degrees.

more than 90 degrees and up to 180. - The first part of the above is true, but the largest side can only equal up to 178 degrees. The sum of all THREE angles equals 180 (in EVERY triangle), so, logically, a single angle in a triangle cannot be 180 degrees.

Any number from 1 to 178 degrees, on a flat surface. * * * * * The correct answer is any number in the open interval (0, 180). An angle can be 0.0001 degrees or 179.9999 etc.

180 degrees in a triangle.

It has 180 degrees, but one angle of the triangle has to be 90 degrees

It is obtuse

the answer is 180 degrees

It has 180 sides if the interior of the (regular) polygon has a total of 178 'degrees'.