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anonymous

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Which relationship is always correct for the angles m, n, and p of triangle ABC? n+p=m m+p=n m+p+n=180 degrees m+p+n= 90 degrees

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    It is n+p=m because all angles in a triangle at up to 180 and you pretty much know one is n and one is p and you need that other angle which we will call x and that is a straight line when x is added to m and a straight line is 180 degrees too so n+ p must equal m sorry if I made my explanation wordy

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    no you didn't its just what I needed to read and learn so I can understand in the future.

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