Can the degree values of two angles be equal to 100 and 90 in a triangle?

From the current school mathematics course, we know that in the specified geometric figure the sum of all angles is constant and equal to 180 °

Let us determine what the sum of two angles will equal, when it is precisely known from the condition of our problem that the magnitude of the first is equal to 100 °, while the magnitude of the second is 90 °:

90 + 100 = 190.

Let’s compare the value we obtained above with that given by definition:

190> 180.

That is, there cannot be triangles with such angles.

Answer: There cannot be such angles.

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