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Describing Triangles

Describing Triangles 1.10 - Solution

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To decide who is correct, let's recall the definition of an obtuse triangle. Since the angle at is obtuse. Thus, by definition, this is an obtuse triangle. Marta-Jon is correct.

Ron-Jon observes correctly, that this triangle has two acute angles. But his conclusion based on this observation is not correct.