Classifyng triangles
posted by Andrew .
Tell wether the statement is always, so
Etimes, or never true. Justify your reasoning and i clude example .The sum of any two angle measures in an acute triangle is greater than 90 degree.

since no angle is greater than 90 degrees, if the angles are A,B,C, then since C<90, and A+B+C = 180
A+B > 90
always true.
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