# Angles and Triangle Review

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- Q1Identify the angle relationship in the image.complementary anglesupplementary anglevertical angle60s
- Q2Identify the angle relationship in the imageComplementary angleSupplementary angleVertical angle60s
- Q3Identify the angle relationship in the image.Vertical anglesupplementary anglecomplementary angle60s
- Q4If m<A = 4x - 16 and m<B = 3x - 20 are complementary angles, solve for x1821831300s
- Q5Solve for x507010020300s
- Q6What is the m<EFG ?139261941300s
- Q7What angle is congruent to <EFDNone of the above<GFI<GFH<EFG120s
- Q8State whether the following side lengths could form a triangle: 5 ft, 2 ft, and 6ftYes, the given side lengths could create a triangle.No, the given side lengths could not create a triangle.120s
- Q9State whether the following side lengths could form a triangle: 6 cm, 8 cm, and 14 cmYes, the given side lengths could create a triangle.No, the given side lengths could not create a triangle.120s
- Q10Identify whether the following conditions create one unique triangle, more than one unique triangle, or no triangle: Interior angles of 112 degrees, 38 degrees, and 30 degrees.One unique triangleNo triangleMore than one unique triangle120s
- Q11Solve for y68781615300s
- Q12Identify whether the following conditions create one unique triangle, more than one unique triangle, or no triangle: Side lengths of 4 inches, 8 inches, and 16 inches.Only One Unique TriangleNo TriangleMore than One Unique Triangle300s