# Can two acute angles form a linear pair ? If not why?

no
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No, because they wouldn't add up to 180 degrees.
An acute and obtuse COULD.
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Because acute angle means it shall be less then 90 degrees and more then 0 degrees. so if we take the biggest acute angle and it with itself  it will be less then 180 degrees. Eg:-
89 + 89 =   178
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Because acute angle means it shall be less then 90 degrees and more then 0 degrees. so if we take the biggest acute angle and it with itself  it will be less then 180 degrees. Eg:-
89 + 89 =   178
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no sum of 2 acute angles it cannot be 180
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no, two acute angles cannot form a linear pair as acute angles are angles which measure less than 90°.
let's consider two acute angles, 60° & 80°.

so, 60°+80° should be equal to 180°
but 60°+80°=140°>hence, proved
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60° + 80 ° = 140 ° > hence, proved
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however the requirement at least 1 angle should be 90 degree in a linear pair or supplementary angle

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the sum of two acute angles can never be 180

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