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A triangle, A ABC, has angle measures of 82', 75', and 23* and no sides equal (congruent) in length. How would this triangle
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Acute Scalene Triangle

Step-by-step explanation:

This depends on the classification type. Because we are given both the angle measure and information on the sides, I am combining the angle and side classification.

1. In terms of angles, it's acute. All the angles are less than 90, so it makes it acute.

2. In terms of sides, it's scalene because it has no equal sides.
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