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# Comparing Angles and Sides in Triangles

## Inequality theorems and ordering angles and sides of triangles.

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## Comparing Angles and Sides in Triangles

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Compare sides and angles in triangles.
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## Comparing Angles & Sides in Triangles Principles - Basic

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## Comparing Angles & Sides in Triangles Examples - Basic

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## Proof: The Angle of a Triangle Opposite The Longest Side is the Largest Angle

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Proves if the one side of a triangle is longer than another, then the angle opposite the longer side is greater than the angle opposite the shorter side.
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## Comparing Angles and Sides in Triangles Flashcards

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