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8 April, 22:44

The measure of one angle of a triangle is 105°. What do you know about the measures of the other two angles? Check all that apply. Both angles are acute. The sum of the measures of the two angles is 75°. The sum of the measures of the two angles is 155°. One of the angles is a right angle. The measure of neither angle is more than 75°. The measures of the other angles must be 105° too. The measure of one of the other angles equals 75°. The measure of one of the other angles must be 45°.

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  1. 9 April, 00:36
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    Both are acute

    The sum is 75 degrees

    The measure of neither is greater than 75 degrees
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