Mathematics

# Which one of the following statement is not false?

One of the angles forming a linear pair can be obtuse angle.

##### SOLUTION
Statement C is true.
Since when two angles form linear pair they are supplementary, they add up to form $180$ degrees. Hence, one angle has to be acute and other angle obtuse if there sum is $180$ degrees.

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