# Difference between revisions of "Obtuse angle"

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An '''obtuse angle''' is an [[angle]] with a [[measure]] greater than 90 [[degree (geometry) | degrees]] (<math>\frac\pi2</math> [[radian]]s) but less than 180 degrees (<math>\pi</math> radians). | An '''obtuse angle''' is an [[angle]] with a [[measure]] greater than 90 [[degree (geometry) | degrees]] (<math>\frac\pi2</math> [[radian]]s) but less than 180 degrees (<math>\pi</math> radians). | ||

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+ | == In triangles == | ||

+ | Any triangle with an obtuse angle is considered an [[Obtuse Triangle]] | ||

==See Also== | ==See Also== |

## Latest revision as of 16:21, 2 March 2014

An **obtuse angle** is an angle with a measure greater than 90 degrees ( radians) but less than 180 degrees ( radians).

## In triangles

Any triangle with an obtuse angle is considered an Obtuse Triangle

## See Also

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