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 2 years ago
PLZ HELP! A conditional statement reads, "If an angle has a measure greater than 100 degrees, then it is obtuse." On your own paper, write the converse of this statement. What can be said about the converse of this statement?
The converse is true.
The converse is false.
There is no way to tell if the converse is true or false.
 2 years ago
PLZ HELP! A conditional statement reads, "If an angle has a measure greater than 100 degrees, then it is obtuse." On your own paper, write the converse of this statement. What can be said about the converse of this statement? The converse is true. The converse is false. There is no way to tell if the converse is true or false.

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amorfide
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0false as it may be a reflex angle, someone correct me if i am wrong?

Luis_Rivera
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0"If an angle is obtuse, then it has a measure reater than 100 degrees," it is always true.
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