Q: Is there such a thing as an obtuse circle?

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it has No acute or obtuse angles

There are many such shapes. A circle is perhaps the most obvious.

no

There is no such thing as a circle prism. The closest thing to a circle prism would be a cylinder.

If they are on a straight line (180 degrees), no. If they are in a circle (360 degrees), yes.

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No

it has No acute or obtuse angles

It has a straight, right, acute, and obtuse angles.

There are many such shapes. A circle is perhaps the most obvious.

No, there is no such thing.

no... a straight line is a 180 degrees half circle.

no

There is no such thing as a circle prism. The closest thing to a circle prism would be a cylinder.

If they are on a straight line (180 degrees), no. If they are in a circle (360 degrees), yes.

No, all angles of an equilateral triangle are 60 degrees, to be obtuse he angle must be greater han 90 degrees but lesser than 180 degrees. (90<obtuse<180)

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It's called an obtuse angle and there's a such thing as an obtuse triangle, too.