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  1. Nurali
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    if correct please click best response

  2. kendoll
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    is she correct @FirstFrostByte lol

  3. kendoll
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    :D can i still put tht as my answer though?

  4. FirstFrostByte
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    Jennifer know this is true by: 1)There can only be one obtuse angle per triangle. Therefore, either 97 or 134 is incorrect. 2)The triangle sum theorem states that the sum of the angles of a triangle is 180 37 + 97 + 134 = 268, Which is not equal. Copy & Paste that.

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    lol thnks :D BEST RESPONSE TO U

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