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    I think c get another opinion...

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  3. KirbyLegs
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    I would say that the answer is A The angle BCE is larger, meaning that the side it is across from will be larger. I would actually disagree with the both of you. Does that reasoning make sense to you Atowe?

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    bce?

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    there is no such angle

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    Angle BCE is equal to 30 degrees Angle CDE is equal to 24 degrees It is angle D and angle C

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    you mean cbe

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    @KirbyLegs yes kind of

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    With the angle of 30 degrees, the hypotenuse will be larger. It is just a concept that should be memorized and applied to questions like this.

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    yes you are rigth i read the wrong angle

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