Q: Are all acute angles congruent

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By Definition, a triangle with two Congruent Sides is an Isosceles Triangle. For ALL angles to be Acute, that is, LESS than 90o , the two opposite angles must be greater than 45o. Remember that the SUM of the angles in a Triangle must equal 180o.