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Q: What is the greatest number of acute angles a triangle can contain?

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Just the one.

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Two. Two acute angles in a right triangle.

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Only one of them

If its a triangle then just the one but if it is a square or a rectangle then 4 of them.

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Two of them and they must add up to 90 degrees

0. A right triangle, by definition, will never include any obtuse angles.

A right triangle cannot contain any obtuse angles. The right angle represents 90° and the total of all three angles must be 180°. There is only 90° left for the remaining two angles, so neither can be obtuse (greater than 90°).

Just the one and the other two angles must then be acute angles

A triangle can only have a maximum of 1 right angle. The total degrees of all the angles of a triangle adds up to exactly 180. Since a triangle must have exactly three angles, it is not possible for the triangle to have more than one angle that is 90 degrees.

The fewest number of right angles in a triangle is zero.

Three of them providing that they add up to 180 degrees

One example would be a triangle. A triangle has three angles.

Zero. An equilateral triangle, for example, has no right angles.

There are no obtuse angles in a right triangle. A right triangle consists of one right angle and two acute angles.

scalene triangle dose not have any equal sides or angles =)

Just the one plus 2 acute angles and so that its 3 interior angles add up to 180 degrees.

0. A triangle can either have no right angles or it can have 1 (in which case it is a right angle triangle).

The greatest number of degrees in any triangle are 180o

the number of obtuse angle in a right triangle is zer0

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