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The diagonals of a rectangle are equal. A.always B.sometimes C.never
always. The diagonals of a rectangle are congruent.
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User: The diagonals of a trapezoid are perpendicular. A.always B.sometimes C.never

User: The diagonals of a rectangle are equal. A.always B.sometimes C.never

Weegy: always. The diagonals of a rectangle are congruent.
piash|Points 3194|

User: A square is a rectangle. A.always B.sometimes C.never

User: The diagonals of a rhombus are perpendicular. A.always B.sometimes C.never

User: A triangle can have two right angles. A.True B.False

User: A triangle can have two RIGHT angles. A.True B.False

User: A scalene triangle is a regular polygon. A.always B.sometimes C.never

Weegy: A scalene triangle is a regular polygon. sometimes
Controler|Points 3928|

User: Approximately how many degrees are in the measure of an interior angle of a regular seven sided polygon? A.102.9 B.128.6 C.180.0 D.231.4

Weegy: 102.9 degrees are in the measure of an interior angle of a regular seven sided polygon
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User: Find m?3 if m?5 = 38 and m?6 = 62. A.38 B.62 C.80 D.100

Weegy: If 5 is 38 and 6 is 62, then 7 is 80. Since alternate interior angles are congruent, 3 is also 80.
emdjay23|Points 1495|

User: The measure of an exterior angle at the vertex of a polygon equals the measure of the adjacent interior angle. A.always B.sometimes C.never

Weegy: never true.
Greenpepper|Points 2911|

User: The sum of the exterior angles of a pentagon equals 360° A.True B.False

Weegy: The exterior sum of angles of any polygon is always 360 degrees.
wisbest|Points 2428|

User: In a right triangle, the acute angles measure x + 15 and 2x degrees. What is the measure of the smallest angle of the triangle? A.15 B.25 C.40 D.50

Weegy: 180 - 90 = 90 x+15+2x = 90 (3x+15)=90 3x=75 (X= 25) (25)+15 =40
charmmartinez27|Points 95|

User: Each of the interior angles in a polygon are equal in measure. A.always B.sometimes C.never

User: One angle of a triangle is obtuse. The sum of the measures of the other angles must be A.less than 90 degrees B.equal to 90 degrees C.more than 90 degrees

Weegy: One angle of a triangle is obtuse. The sum of the measures of the other angles must be more than 90 degrees.
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