Acute triangle

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An acute triangle is a triangle in which each angle is an acute angle. Any triangle which is not acute is either a right triangle or an obtuse triangle.


The acute triangles can also be defined in different ways:

  • A triangle is acute if and only if each of its altitudes lies entirely in the triangle's interior.
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