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- An acute angle is one that is less than the right angle.
- In other words, an acute angle is one that is smaller than 90 degrees.
- There is at least one acute angle in every polygon, including triangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, etc.
- An acute angle is one that is smaller than 90 degrees in length.
- A linear pair cannot be formed by two acute angles.
- Acute triangles are all equilateral triangles.
- The longest side of an acute triangle is located opposite the highest angle.
- Isosceles, equilateral, or scalene acute triangles are all possible.
- The angle formed by the letter V is acute.
- Each pizza slice will form an acute angle if we cut it into four or more pieces.