HELP In triangle STU, u2 = s2 + t2. Which equation is true about the measure of the angles of the triangle? The measure of angle STU is equal to 100 degrees The measure of angle SUT is equal to 90 degrees The measure of angle STU plus the measure of angle TSU is equal to 80 degrees The measure of angle STU plus the measure of angle TSU is equal to 70 degrees

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HELP In triangle STU, u2 = s2 + t2. Which equation is true about the measure of the angles of the triangle? The measure of angle STU is equal to 100 degrees The measure of angle SUT is equal to 90 degrees The measure of angle STU plus the measure of angle TSU is equal to 80 degrees The measure of angle STU plus the measure of angle TSU is equal to 70 degrees

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Stop mentioning me.
then help me!
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I don't know how to help. So stop.
then why are you 99 score if you cant help!
BECAUSE I don't normally help with Math! I help with English! Having a smart score of 99 doesn't mean you know everything.
then why are you not in writing! or english!
I was until you started relentlessly mentioning my name.
Ap3x started all this
i mentioned because you helped with a math question
AND NO ONE EVER HELP ME WITH MY MATH QUESTIONS!
I seriously don't know what this question is, and don't blame @Ap3xPred for your stubbornness, @Mycat4556
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@Mycat4556 Why don't you show YOUR work on this problem, then a helpful volunteer might come to visit. If you just post problems and then spam the question, why would anyone come? It looks a lot like cheating until you show YOUR work.
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Woah! Don't just give an answer like that. Then there's no learning.
sorry
it is a 90 degree angle and just add u
He's gone
well hope he got the answer
I hope he'll shape up by the time he comes back.
why he spam mention you
You MUST have SOMETHING. If you truly have NOTHING to offer toward a solution, you are in the wrong class or you simply haven't been paying attention in class. Stop with the bad excuses. SHOW YOUR WORK. There are no excuses for doing anything else.
@Ap3xPred I don't even know.

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