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A 30°-60°-right triangle is half of what other kind of triangle?Select one of the options below as your answer:A. equilibrium triangle B. obtuse triangle C. equilateral triangle D. all of the above
A 30°-60°-right triangle is half of C. equilateral triangle.
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