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Which property is true for ALL obtuse triangles? A. They have three congruent sides. B. They have three sides of different length. C. They have three angles that measure less than 90˚. D. They have two angles that measure less than 90˚. okay, I don't think any of thee choices are a good answer, can someone help me figure this out?

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In an obtuse angled triangle, one angle would be obtuse. Now will you be able to answer this question?
|dw:1348152527247:dw| This is an example of an obtuse triangle. Only one of the angles are larger than 90 degrees, right?

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oh okay, I see! thanks!
No problem. Good luck!
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