Angle sum property of a triangle states that the sum of angles in any triangle should be 180 degree. An angle greater than 90 degree is an obtuse angle.
If we have 2 obtuse angles in a triangle, say, 95 degree, 100 degree & 50, it always tend to violate the angle sum property of the triangle. So we cannot have 2 obtuse angles in a triangle.
no because it wouln'y be a trinagle
A triangle can have one obtuse angle and two acute angles. The sum of all three angles must equal 180 degrees.
A triangle has at two acute angles and the third angle is either an acute angle, a right angle or an obtuse angle.
Nope, only one obtuse angle in a triangle is possible. The sum of the interior angles of a triangle is always 180º and an obtuse angle is larger than 90º. Thus the sum of two obtuse angles would be greater than 180º even without including an acute angle.
No an abtuse triangle can not have two obtuse angles
yes an obtuse triangle has two acute angles
You can draw a triangle with two obtuse angles in a sphere
An obtuse triangle can have no right angles, and has two equal angles.
An obtuse angle is greater than 90 degrees; a triangle only has 180 degrees in all three angles (inside angles). two obtuse angles exceed 180 degrees.
If you are classifying triangles by their angles, an obtuse triangle has one obtuse angle and two acute angles. A triangle can have at most one obtuse angle. If the two acute angles are congruent, the triangle would also be isosceles.
An obtuse triangle must have two acute angles and these can be congruent.
No, an obtuse triangles has one obtuse angle and two acute angles. If a triangle has an obtuse angle, it is considered obtuse and cannot be acute.
One and the two others are acute angles
Yes, an obtuse triangle can have two congruent angles, where for the obtuse angle measuring A degrees, each of the two other angles measures (180-A)/2.
An acute triangle has three interior acute angles An obtuse triangle has one obtuse and two acute interior angles