Can a triangle have more than one "obtuse" angle? Why or why not?· Which value would relate to how much wrapping paper needed for a large package: the perimeter of the box or the surface area

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An obtuse angle is greater than 90 degrees, so if there were a triangle that had more than one obtuse angle, the sum of the angles would be more than 180. But the sum of the interior angles for all triangles is 180. [ So, no, a triangle cannot have more than one obtuse angle. ]

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