Geometry - Acute-angled triangles
Disregarding side lengths, and looking only at angle sizes, if the three
angles are all acute angles  then (surprise, surprise) it is called an
acute-angled triangle: 
* The sides may or may not be equal.
* For example, an equilateral triangle  is automatically acute-angled.
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