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Triangle STU is formed by the three squares D, E, and F: A right triangle STU is shown. On the side ST of this triangle is a square. Inside the square is written Square D, Area equal to 36 square units. On the side TU of this triangle is another square. Inside the square is written Square E, Area equal to 64 square units. On the side SU of this triangle is another square. Inside the square is written Square F, Area equal to 100 square units. Which statement best explains the relationship between the sides of triangle STU? ST + TU = SU, because 36 + 64 = 100 (ST)2 + (TU)2 = (SU)2, becau

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