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Byintersecting geometric figures in the plane. How many points of intersection can two figures have?. In how many points can these two triangles intersect?. In how many points can these two triangles intersect?. One?. In how many points can these two triangles intersect?. Two?.

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By5.1 Vocabulary. acute triangle equiangular triangle right triangle obtuse triangle equilateral triangle isosceles triangle scalene triangle. auxiliary line corollary interior exterior interior angle exterior angle remote interior angle. C. A.

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ByObjectives. Justify and apply properties of 45°-45°-90° triangles. Justify and apply properties of 30°- 60°- 90° triangles.

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ByGeometry Scavenger Hunt. By: Charlie, Luke, Noah, and Stephen. Scalene Triangle. A triangle with no equal sides. Acute Angle. AN angle less than 90 degrees. Isosceles Triangle. A triangle that is the same length on two sides. Intersecting Lines. Lines that cross over eachother.

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