The sides 5, 6, and 12 form a triangle. True False
The sides 5, 6, and 12 form a triangle. This is FALSE.
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Updated 3/6/2014 3:24:55 PM
Edited by andrewpallarca [3/6/2014 3:24:50 PM], Unflagged by andrewpallarca [3/6/2014 3:24:55 PM]
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The sides 5, 6, and 12 form a triangle. This is FALSE.
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [3/6/2014 3:24:58 PM]

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A triangle with angle measures of 45°, 45°, and 90° is an equilateral triangle. True False
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Updated 6/27/2014 8:01:16 AM
A triangle with angle measures of 45°, 45°, and 90° is an equilateral triangle.
This statement is FALSE.
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Which of the following sets of measures for sides doesn't form a triangle? 14, 18, 18 3, 3, 5 8, 8, 8 7, 9, 17
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Updated 3/3/2014 1:24:09 AM
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Confirmed by alfred123 [3/3/2014 1:29:12 AM]
Which of the following triangles is a scalene triangle? 6, 6, 11 9, 9, 9 14, 14, 15 6, 8, 10
Weegy: No, a scalene triangle is simply one that has three unequal sides. [ An obtuse triangle is one that has one angle of greater than 90 degrees. As an example, this page shows three different scalene triangles: The one on the left is a right triangle. The one in the middle is obtuse. The one on the right is acute. ] (More)
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Updated 2/28/2014 10:13:08 AM
The triangle with sides 6, 8, 10 is a scalene triangle.
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Complete the statement using always, sometimes, or never. A rectangle is ____ a square. User: Select each quadrilateral that has two pairs of parallel sides. trapezoid isosceles trapezoid parallelogram rhombus rectangle square
Weegy: A quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides is called a TRAPEZOID. User: Complete the statement using always, sometimes, or never. A rectangle is _____ a rhombus. Weegy: All squares are rhombuses but all rhombuses are not squares. A square must have all right angles, but all rhombuses do not. (More)
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Updated 3/17/2014 9:09:50 AM
A rectangle is SOMETIMES a square.
Confirmed by yumdrea [3/17/2014 9:23:30 AM]
Quadrilateral that has two pairs of parallel sides is: parallelogram.
Confirmed by yumdrea [3/17/2014 9:24:17 AM]
A rectangle is SOMETIMES a rhombus.
Confirmed by yumdrea [3/17/2014 9:24:52 AM]
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