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jasmineETTA

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I will FAN and MEDAL

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  1. jasmineETTA
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  2. anonymous
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    m<prq is 90 degrees

  3. anonymous
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    why? because it is using the pythagroem (not sure if thats how its spelled haha) theorem in which you need one of the angles in a triangle to be 90 degrees

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    B is true. It shows the Pythagorean theorem which has to deal with a right triangle. A right triangle always has a 90 degree angle.

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    ok thank you both!!! :)

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    no problem! :)

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