Q: Real life examples of obtuse triangles?

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the peak of a roof is a good one it is mostly obtuse

An Obtuse angle is more than 90Â° but less than 180Â°. Real life examples would be fans, and most rooftops of houses and buildings.

A Spy Plane is an example of Acute Triangle.... >> njoy

A real life example of a right-angled triangle would be a ladder leaning against a wall. And a acute triangle is an example of a umbrella. Some types of an umbrella are divided into a few sections using triangles edit by: A.B

Some charts? Buildings Obtuse triangle - some of them are diagonal.

if you want to apply acute triangles in real life, you have to ask someone i dont know

Well, Some Bridges have right triangles in them if the are truss bridges. Also paper footballs are right triangles. Hope that helped a little.

An umbrella.

A roof (:

Roof of a house

the peak of a roof often forms an obtuse triangle.

Its simply as this. The only way you would use right triangles in real life if you would want to become a math teacher.