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I was wondering, if you draw a triangle on a sphere do the angles still add up to 180 degrees? I was thinking that they do but my friend who is working with me on the problem thinks that the curves from drawing it on the sphere may mess up the triangle somehow. We just read an answer in your archives that says the angles always add up to more than 180 degrees but I don't see where this is. Each of the corners still looks like the same angle to me. Can you help me understand what is going on? Thank you for any help mad scientists.
Re: Triangle on a sphere
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