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A Rectangle with vertices A, B, C, AND D. The triangle is divided with vertices P AND Q. How many right triangles can you make with using only three of the vertices {A, B, C, D, P, OR Q}. Also The answer is not 12 or 16. Our teacher gave us this hints

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