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8. Describe the triangle in the middle of the square. 50° 40°

Answer

The triangle in the middle of the square is a right triangle with angles measuring 50°, 40°, and 90°.

  • Identify the type of triangle. A: The triangle in the middle of the square is a right triangle.
  • Determine the measures of each angle in the triangle. A: The two acute angles are 50° and 40°, which add up to 90° to make a right angle.
  • Calculate the measurement of the third angle. A: Subtract the sum of the acute angles (90°) from 180° to find that the third angle measures 90°.