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A triangle with the measure of its largest angle greater than 90 is
a) an acute triangle
b) a right triangle
c) an obtuse triangle
d) not given

A triangle with the measure of its largest angle equal to 90 is
a) an acute triangle
b) a right triangle
c) an obtuse triangle
d) not given

A triangle with the measure of its largest angle less than 90 is
a) an acute triangle
b) a right triangle
c) an obtuse triangle
d) not given

A triangle with three equal sides is
a) a scalene triangle
b) an equilateral triangle
c) an isosceles triangle
d) not given

A triangle with two equal sides is
a) a scalene triangle
b) an equilateral triangle
c) an isosceles triangle
d) not given

A triangle with no equal sides is
a) a scalene triangle
b) an equilateral triangle
c) an isosceles triangle
d) not given

If angle A is 45 degrees and angle B is 65 degrees, then angle C is
a) 75 degrees
b) 70 degrees
c) 90 degrees
d) unknown

In an isosceles triangle, if angle A is 90 degrees, then angles B and C could be
a) 45 and 45
b) 30 and 60
c) 90 and 90
d) unknown

In an equilateral triangle, if angle A is 60 degrees, then angles B and C could be
a) 60 and 60
b) 90 and 90
c) 40 and 80
d) unknown

In a scalene t
a)
b)
c)
d)

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