Can a Triangle Have Two Right Angles?

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It is completely impossible for a triangle to have two right angles. A triangle can only have one ninety degree angle with the other two being acute angles.
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Coz all 3 angles have to add to 180. If you add 2 90's you get 180 so there are no angles left for the third corner.
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One - it is called a right angled triangle. :
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