
Definition of Acute triangle
1. Noun. A triangle whose interior angles are all acute.
Definition of Acute triangle
1. Noun. (geometry) A triangle all of the angles of which are acute. ¹
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Literary usage of Acute triangle
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1. Architectural Composition: An Attempt to Order and Phrase Ideas which by John Beverley Robinson (1908)
"If we reduce this to figures we shall have something of this sort: 4 5 8 Base of
Base of acute triangle 1s to Altitude of acute triangle obtuse triangle a ..."
2. School Arithmetics by George Albert Wentworth, David Eugene Smith (1920)
"acute triangle. A triangle in which all the angles are acute angles is called an
acute triangle. Obtuse Triangle. A triangle in which one of the angles is ..."
3. Plane Geometry by William Betz, Harrison Emmett Webb, Percey Franklyn Smith (1912)
"One side of an acute triangle is 8, and its projection on another side is 4.
What is known about this triangle? Is the triangle determined definitely ? 11. ..."
4. Essentials of Arithmetic by George Wentworth, David Eugene Smith (1915)
"acute triangle. A triangle in which all the angles are acute angles is called an
acute triangle. 160. Obtuse Triangle. A triangle in which one of the angles ..."
5. Mathematical Questions and Solutions by W. J. C. Miller (1866)
"Hence, as the two lines originally assumed may indifferently have every value of
x from 0 to 1, the required absolute probability of an acute triangle is ..."
6. Modern Junior Mathematics by Marie Gugle (1920)
"A triangle having all angles acute is an acute triangle. An acute triangle having
all of its angles equal is called an equiangular triangle. Why? ..."
7. The SilverBurdett Arithmetics by George Morris Philips, Robert Franklin Anderson (1913)
"(2) An acute triangle is a triangle whose angles are all acute. (3) An obtuse
triangle is a triangle which has an obtuse angle. 434. ..."