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The angles of a triangle measure , , and . Which classification of the triangle is correct?

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James
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 @0606009177 ,

You may not realize it, but this is a global community for users of the Canvas learning management system. It is about using the learning management system, not for content-specific questions, especially those that look like homework or quiz questions. I understand how that can sometimes be consfusing because there is a "Help" button inside Canvas and that same Help button is used in other software to mean get help with the content.

Even if we were able to help, your question didn't fully come through -- the angles are missing. The answer to your question is covered in a geometry textbook. If you don't have access to a geometry textbook, it looks this this web page might have the answer: Triangles 

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James
Community Champion

 @0606009177 ,

You may not realize it, but this is a global community for users of the Canvas learning management system. It is about using the learning management system, not for content-specific questions, especially those that look like homework or quiz questions. I understand how that can sometimes be consfusing because there is a "Help" button inside Canvas and that same Help button is used in other software to mean get help with the content.

Even if we were able to help, your question didn't fully come through -- the angles are missing. The answer to your question is covered in a geometry textbook. If you don't have access to a geometry textbook, it looks this this web page might have the answer: Triangles 

View solution in original post