Sums of Triangle Angles

What is the measure of angle A? A 112∘ 36∘ What is the measure of angle B? 32∘ B 36∘ What is the measure of angle C? 49∘ C 67∘ What is the measure of angle D? 38∘ D 71∘ What is the measure of angle E? 52∘ 90∘ E What is the measure of angle F? 45∘ 45∘ F What is the measure of angle H? What is the measure of angle G? 68∘ G H 35∘ What is the measure of angle H? What is the measure of angle I? I 49∘ H 101∘ In triangle ABC, m∡A = 38∘ and m∡C = 74∘.What is the measure of angle B? In triangle DCE, m∡D = 112∘ and m∡C = 27∘.What is the measure of angle E? What is the measure of angle K? What is the measure of angle J? 44∘ K 27∘ J Complementary angles are always acute angles. The sum of two obtuse angles equals 180 degrees. Supplementary angles usually include one obtuse and one acute angle. A triangle with 3 equal angles is both an equilateral triangle and an acute triangle. Which of the following choices is NOT true? |

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