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***CHOOSE ALLL THAT APPLY!!:) (statements will be attached inside!) thanks!

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answer choices A,B,C,D from top to bottom:)
i know that C is true right?? C is an answer yes?? but what about the others?? not too sure...
I think they are all true. I am not sure what a reflex point is, so you might want to double check the last one.

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acute angle = angle from 0 to 90 and 270 to 360 obtuse angle = angle from 90 to 180 reflex angle = angle from 180 to 270 so A is correct, pi/2 is lower than 90 B is wrong C is correct D is correct as well
ohh okay... and for these kinds of problems, every time i have pi, i just sub 180 right? just wanna make sure :)
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