The three angles for a triangle will add up to 180 degrees. They gave you one at 95 degrees... that leaves 180-95 = 85 degrees left to split between the other two angles... they both Must be acute,
and there are many of them, as long as the 2 unknown angles add up to 85 degrees.
so how do you get the answer
an acute angle is less than 90 degrees
so let a = 1 degree, then b = (180 - 95 - 1) = 84 degrees let a = 2, a = 3, a= 4, ... there are more than 2 just there...
i think the answer is 1
depends on side lengths
so what do you think the answer is
the two unknown angles just have to add to 85 degrees... so 1 + 84 2 + 83 3 + 82 . . .more than 2 fore sure
there are no restrictions on the lengths of the sides
what do you think the answer is?
I agree with @DanJS
are you sure its more than 2
ok i hope your right because everyone has different answers. Some people say its 1 or none @Michele_Laino