anonymous
  • anonymous
A right triangle has 1.three sides with the same length 2.two sides that are parallel 3.two sides that are perpendicular
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anonymous
  • anonymous
3). The only way you can form a 90 degree triangle aka right triangle is with two sides that are perpendicular.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea sorry i was kinda cofused can i have medal
candyme
  • candyme
A right triangle does not have 3 sides that are the same length. That would make it impossible to have a right angle. Answer 3 is correct. The two lines are perpendicular, which is what creates the right angle

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anonymous
  • anonymous
You're asking for a medal for a question you answered wrong?
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks you all :) you really helped me!
anonymous
  • anonymous
You are welcome :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
np prob sorry i meant 3 i did not mean to put 1 sorry
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