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Congruent Triangles: Triangular Breeds True or False
1.
Which of the following statements is true? > The sum of all exterior angles in a triangle is always equal to two times the sum of the interior angles in the triangle.
True
False
2.
Under what circumstances are equilateral triangles acute? > Always
True
False
3.
Under what circumstances are isosceles triangles equilateral? > Only when the isosceles triangle is right
True
False
4.
According to the Exterior Angle Theorem, which of the following is true? > Exterior angles are the supplements to interior angles
True
False
5.
Which is true about scalene triangles specifically? > They are always acute
True
False
6.
A triangle has angle measurements of 80° and 92°. What is the measurement of the final angle? > 8°
True
False
7.
Which of the following is false? > A triangle can have a maximum of two obtuse angles
True
False
8.
If one of the exterior angles of a triangle equals 73° and one if its interior angles is 29°, what are the measures of its three angles? > 29°, 78°, 107°
True
False
9.
If two of the interior angles of a triangle add up to 45°, what kind of triangle must it be? > Obtuse
True
False
10.
An isosceles can never be which of the following? > Equilateral
True
False
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