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# What does it mean to be so obtuse?

Updated: 12/23/2022

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To be obtuse is to be slow, or dim, or dense. The idiomatic expression suggests that someone is being deliberately dense, ignorant, crass, or insensitive.

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### How can you use obtuse in a sentence?

"That's definitely an obtuse angle because it's bigger than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees" "She is so obtuse, I cannot believe she couldn't answer the question" "Wow, dad, you're stomach is so obtuse" "not trying to be obtuse or anything, but what exactly does that mean?"

### What does math term obtuse mean?

obtuse mean greater than 90

### What does uptooth mean?

i think you mean obtuse.

### Can an equiangular triangle be obtuse?

I don't think so because obtuse triangle has one obtuse angle

### What angles does a obtuse triangle need so it could be a obtuse triangle?

It needs at least 1 obtuse angle. Usually you can only have one obtuse angle, so the rest would be acute.

### What does obtuse angles mean?

An obtuse angle is one that is more than 90o and less than 180o.

### What we mean by obtuse angle?

An obtuse angle is greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees.

### Is a recliner chair an obtuse angle?

Yes. When a recliner is put in a reclining position, it is an obtuse angle. hi every body im a mean kid and i hate u all so much.............. ect

### Can two vertical angles can be obtuse?

Vertical angles are, by definition, equal. So if one is obtuse then so is the other.

### What angle is 132?

An angle of 132 degrees is an obtuse angle

### How many obtuse angles are in a rectangle?

A rectangle can have only one obtuse angle, and lots of rectangles do not have an obtuse angle at all. So it is either none or one.

### Does an obtuse triangle have two obtuse angles?

No not ever because the 3 interior angles of any triangle add up to 180 degrees and so an obtuse triangle will have 1 obtuse and 2 acute angles.