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S Name i DCmina Mod Interior and Exterior Angles of Triangles Directions: Classify each triangle by its sides and its HW #4-1 angles. 1) 2) 6 4) 3) 6 10 5 50 8 16 s0SceleS obBuse Talene ACcHe 60 SColene,Hght taloerol Famiongulor 10) Juliann plans on drawing AABC, where the measure of ZA can range from 50° to 60° and the measure of ZB can range from 90° to 100°. Given these conditions, what is the correct range of measures possible for 4C? 5) Two angles of a triangle are 80 and 40. Which is not the measure of an exterior angle of the triangle? A 120 B) 100 C))110 D) 140 b0 16080 4040 66+o0+/: 60+1 50a6+X =130 4ot 3o 6) AABC has a right angle at C. If CB is extended through B to point D and mA =35, find mLABD. /looA B 11) In the diagram of AJEA below, m2JEA = 90 and mZEAJ= 48. Line segment MS connects points M and S on the triangle, such that m/EMS = 59. mLA BD 55 D 10+48 133 60-138yL 2+y2 163 7) In AABC, side BC is extended through C to point D. If ZA is 30 more than 2B and LACD is 70 more than ZB.

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