### Obtuse Triangle

#### Lesson Objective

In this lesson, we will learn about obtuse triangles...

In this lesson, we will:

• learn what are obtuse triangles.
• See some examples on identifying them.

The study tips below will give you a short summary on this.

The math video below will explain in depth about this. Furthermore, it will show some examples so that you can understand this lesson better.

### Study Tips

#### Tip #1

When one of the internal angle of a triangle is greater than 90Â°, this triangle can be called an obtuse triangle. See some examples below:

The math video below will explain more...

### Math Video

#### Lesson Video

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#### Math Video Transcript

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In this lesson, we will learn about obt. triangles (OT).

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A triangle is an OT, when it has an internal angle that is greater than 90 degrees.

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Now, to demonstrate this, let's move vertex 'A' to the left

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Notice that, when the angle at vertex 'B' is greater than 90 degrees, this triangle becomes an OT.

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Next, let's move this vertex, to the right..

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Here, we get another OT, when the angle at vertex 'C', is greater than 90 degrees.

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Let's move vertex 'A'…and vertex 'C'.

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Again, we get another OT, when the angle at vertex 'A' is greater than 90 degrees.

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Let's see some examples.

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Is this an OT?

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Notice that, this angle is greater than 90 degrees.

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Therefore, this is an OT.

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In this triangle, there are no angles that are greater than 90 degrees.

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Hence, this is not an OT.

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That is all for this lesson.

### Practice Questions & More

#### Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

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