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Amandork

  • 2 years ago

Look at the figure shown below. Sonja determines that triangle CGD is an isosceles triangle. Which statement best describes Sonja’s conclusion? It is incorrect because angle GCD = 42°, angle GDC = 36°, and angle CGD = 102°. It is incorrect because angle GCD = 48°, angle GDC = 36°, and angle CGD = 96°. It is correct because angle GCD = 42°, angle GDC = 42°, and angle CGD = 96°. It is correct because angle GCD = 48°, angle GDC = 48°, and angle CGD = 84°.

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    It is correct because angle GCD = 42°, angle GDC = 42°, and angle CGD = 96°. A isoceles triangles has two equal angles and every triangle has a total of 180 degrees

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    Thank you

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    Welcome :)

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