No because it can only contain a right angle and two acute angles
No because it only has a Right angle. It doesn't have an Obtuse angle, or other angles.
If one angle is a right angle, it is a right triangle. If one angle is an obtuse angle, it is an obtuse triangle. If there are no right nor obtuse angle then it is an acute triangle.
absolutley not it is bigger than a right angle 90+
No an obtuse triangle cant be a right angle because,a right angle is 90 degrees. a obtuse triangle is over 90 degrees
-- No right triangle, acute triangle, or equilateral triangle has an obtuse angle in it. -- If a triangle has an obtuse angle in it, then it's called an obtuse triangle. -- No triangle can have more than one obtuse angle in it .
Some examples are: circle, square, rectangle, right angle triangle, equilateral triangle
If a triangle has a 100 degree angle, it is an obtuse triangle because a 100 degree angle is an obtuse angle. angle > 90 = obtuse angle = 90 = right angle < 90 = acute
A right angle triangle has a 90 degree angle and 2 acute angles An obtuse triangle has 1 obtuse angle and 2 acute angles
Yes . Triangle have right acute and obtuse angle except compelete angle.
A triangle can never include a right angle and an obtuse angle together in it.
If all of the angles in a triangle are acute then it is an acute triangle. If one angle is right (or 90 degrees) then it is a right triangle. If one angle is obtuse then it is an obtuse triangle.
In Euclidean geometry, a triangle must be one of these: acute, obtuse, or right. Maybe there is a non-Euclideangeometry for which some obtuse triangles can contain a right angle, but it doesn't happen in Euclidean geometry.
A right triangle has one angle a right angle (90o) An obtuse triangle has one angle an obtuse angle (> 90o) An acute triangle has all angles acute (< 90o)
because if it is obtuse, there is no right angle. each corner has to be over 90 degrees (a right angle) to be an obtuse triangle.
A right triangle has a 90 degree angle, and an obtuse triangle has an angle greater than 90 degrees
No, it isn't possible for a right triangle to have an obtuse angle.
It could be a right triangle if it has a right angle (90 degrees). If it does not have a right angle, then it is an acute triangle.
No because the 3 interior angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees
There are five different types of triangles named after their angles. Right triangle, Acute triangle, Isosceles Triangle ,equilateral triangle, and obtuse triangle. The Obtuse Triangle is the triangle with an obtuse angle.
the number of obtuse angle in a right triangle is zer0
They are:equilateralacute angled isoscelesacute angle scaleneright angled isoscelesright angle scaleneobtuse angled isoscelesobtuse angle scalene.
-- If a triangle has an obtuse angle in it, then it's called an obtuse triangle. -- No triangle can have more than one obtuse angle in it . -- Right triangles, acute triangles, and equilateral triangles don't have any obtuse angles in them.
An obtuse angled triangle, or more simply, an obtuse triangle.
No it is impossible for a right triangle to have an obtuse angle therefore it will have one right angle and two acute angles.
A right triangle is a triangle that contains a 90 degree angle, an obtuse triangle contains an angle that is from 91 degrees to 179 degrees.