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Alyssah1025:

Jenni wrote a conditional statement and its converse. Conditional: If each angle of a triangle measures 60°, then the sum of the measures of all the angles is 180°. Converse: If the sum of all the angles inside of a triangle is 180°, then each angle measures 60°. Did Jenni write the converse statement properly? Give a counterexample to dispute the validity of the converse statement. No; an isosceles triangle No; a scalene triangle Yes; an equilateral triangle Yes; a scalene triangle

SaltTheLoser:

C

SaltTheLoser:

Don't ask how i know all the angles are the same so it's probably an equilateral triangle meaning sake angles or I think

SaltTheLoser:

Same*

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