Mathematics

It is possible to have a triangle in which two of the angles are obtuse.

False

SOLUTION
False
By angle sum property we know, $\angle A+ \angle B+ \angle C =180^{o}$
ACQ, two angles are obtuse, $\therefore \angle B+ \angle C > 180^{o}$
Thus, Triangle is not possible

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