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1.
What is the correct classification for the triangle shown below?

A triangle has two angles measuring 68 degrees and 22 degrees.
(1 point)
acute, scalene
acute, isosceles ---
right, scalene
obtuse, scalene

2.
What is the value of x in the triangle?

A triangle has 2 congruent sides. The angle between the congruent sides measures 38 degrees. The other angles have measures of x degrees and 71 degrees.
(1 point)
38°
71°
76° ----
142°

3.
A right isosceles triangle has an angle with measure of 45°. If x represents the measure of the third angle of the triangle, what is x?
(1 point)
30°
45° ---
100°
135°

4.
The angles of an equilateral triangle are congruent. If x represents the measure of one angle of an equilateral triangle, which equation represents the sum of the angle measures of the triangle?
(1 point)
x + x = 90°
x + x + x = 90° ----
x + x = 180°
x + x + x = 180°

5.
A classmate believes that a triangle can have both a right angle and an obtuse angle. Which of the following statements would you use to convince him that he is incorrect?
(1 point)
It is not possible because the sum of the angles in the triangle can’t exceed 180°.
It is not possible because if a triangle has an obtuse triangle, that means all the angles are obtuse angles.
It is not possible because if a triangle has a right triangle, that means all the angles are right angles.
It is possible. The classmate is correct. ----

Please check my answers

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asked by Unknown
  1. 1.
    Hey 180 - 68 - 22 = 90 !

    2. Same mistake
    71 + 71 + 38 = 180
    It already said it was an isosceles triangle because two equal sides !

    3. Once again 45 + 90 + ? = 180
    and you know two angles have to be equal !!

    4. OF COURSE the angles of an equilateral triangle are congruent !
    Once again the three angles in a triangle HAVE TO ADD TO 180 !!!

    5. SAME THING AGAIN
    90 + something bigger than 90 = 180
    no way

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    posted by Damon
  2. O_O thank u sirrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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    posted by Unknown
  3. You are welcome. But PLEASE learn to add angles to 180 in a triangle. Promise ?

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    posted by Damon
  4. Don’t know who said thanks but I was the one who made it.. lol... thanks

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  5. 1: c
    2: b
    3: b
    4: d
    5: a

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  6. Anyone who believes a bunch of letters are the right answers is naive and not very bright.

  7. Unknown the one who made it is right so be bright and listen to him

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    posted by Esu .sm
  8. thanks unknown i got a 100 %

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  9. ya thx unknown i got a 100% to
    ms sue ur kinda annoying no offense

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    posted by tahlula
  10. thx unkown and mrs.sue please stop.

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    posted by nun ya
  11. SHUT UP MRS SUE. YOU ARE SOOO DUMB AND STUPID AND HE WAS WRIGHT I GOT A 100 AND SO DID EVERONE ELSE!!!!!

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    posted by kid
  12. 1.C
    2.B
    3.B
    4.D
    5.A

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  13. no its wrong just got 80%.
    the correct answers are
    1.C
    2.B
    3.B
    4.C
    5.A
    I promise these r the right answers 100%

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    posted by Michael
  14. Stop copying i aint subbing to pewdiepie

  15. Unknown i aint hating but you got one wrong Michael is correct

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  16. what question

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    posted by dfyg
  17. does anyone know the answers to Lesson 5: Points, Lines, Angles, and Triangles Review
    Essential Math 6 B Unit 2: Tools of Geometry

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  18. the correct answers are
    1.C
    2.B
    3.B
    4.C
    5.A

    Number 4 has been changed so here is right awnsor :D

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