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anonymous
 one year ago
Theorem: In a triangle, there cannot be more than one right angle.
Heather begins the proof with an assumption. Which statement will she most likely use as an assumption?
Let only one angle of a triangle be 90°.
Let two angles of a triangle be 90°.
Let each angle of a triangle be less than 90°.
Let each angle of a triangle be greater than 90°.
anonymous
 one year ago
Theorem: In a triangle, there cannot be more than one right angle. Heather begins the proof with an assumption. Which statement will she most likely use as an assumption? Let only one angle of a triangle be 90°. Let two angles of a triangle be 90°. Let each angle of a triangle be less than 90°. Let each angle of a triangle be greater than 90°.

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