Mathematics

If true then enter $1$ and if false then enter $0$Can two obtuse angles form a linear pair?

SOLUTION
No.
Two obtuse angles can never form a linear pair.
For two angles to form a linear pair, they need to give a sum of 180 degrees.
But obtuse angles are greater than 90 degrees, so two obtuse angles will always give a sum greater than 180 degrees.

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