anonymous
  • anonymous
in a scalene triangle the longest side is opposite the angle with the smallest measure TRUE or FALSE
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anonymous
  • anonymous
true
anonymous
  • anonymous
FALSE obviously. The longest side is opposite the largest angle.
anonymous
  • anonymous
my bad @genius is correct. False. The relationships between the angles inside a triangle will be identical to the relationships between the lengths of the sides opposite those angles. For example, take any scalene triangle with the corners A, B, and C. If ∠A is the widest angle, ∠B is the mid-range, and ∠C is the smallest, then B→C will be the longest side, A→C will be the mid-range side, and A→B will be the shortest side.

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