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1 medal and fan question Determine whether the conditional and its converse are both true. If both are true, combine them as a biconditional. If either is false, provide a counterexample. If an angle is a right angle, its measure is 90. If an angle measure is 90, the angle is a right angle. One statement is false. If an angle measure is 90, the angle may be an obtuse angle. One statement is false. If an angle is a right angle, its measure may be 180. Both statements are true. An angle is a right

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    Determine whether the conditional and its converse are both true. If both are true, combine them as a biconditional. If either is false, provide a counterexample. If an angle is a right angle, its measure is 90. If an angle measure is 90, the angle is a right angle. One statement is false. If an angle measure is 90, the angle may be an obtuse angle. One statement is false. If an angle is a right angle, its measure may be 180. Both statements are true. An angle is a right angle if and only if its measure is 90. Both statements are true. The measure of an angle is 90 if and only if it is not a right angle.

  2. warningiflirt
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    I think its Both statements are true. An angle is a right angle if and only if its measure is 90.

  3. warningiflirt
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    if one angle is 90 degrees its a right angle.

  4. knowel
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    thanks

  5. warningiflirt
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    yw

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