Q: Is it always true that a triangle has three acute angles?

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It impossible for a triangle to have three acute angles. * * * * * What? A triangle most certainly can have three acute angles. Such a triangle would be called an acute-angled triangle!

Acute Triangle

yes it is

Sides aren't acute, angles are. A triangle with three acute angles would be called (appropriately enough) an acute triangle.

In any right triangle, the two angles at either end of the hypotenuse are both always acute angles. But I don't think that would be called an 'acute' triangle, because an acute triangle is one in which all three angles are acute ones.

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No, not always

A triangle with 3 acute angles is an acute triangle. All the angles in an acute triangle are acute.

It impossible for a triangle to have three acute angles. * * * * * What? A triangle most certainly can have three acute angles. Such a triangle would be called an acute-angled triangle!

there are three acute angles in an acute triangle, because there are three corners.

An Acute Triangle

Acute Triangle

In an acute triangle, all three angles are acute.

there are three acute angles in an acute triangle, because there are three corners.

It is an acute triangle.

yes it is

Sides aren't acute, angles are. A triangle with three acute angles would be called (appropriately enough) an acute triangle.

In any right triangle, the two angles at either end of the hypotenuse are both always acute angles. But I don't think that would be called an 'acute' triangle, because an acute triangle is one in which all three angles are acute ones.