Q: Do the lengths 7 10 12 make a right angle?

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No

Yes the dimensions given would make a right angle triangle

Those wouldn't be angle measurements, they would be sides. A triangle could be constructed with sides of those lengths.

The length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle with legs of lengths 6 and 8 inches is: 10 inches.

No because the angles in a right angle add up to 90 degrees.

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The length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle with legs of lengths 6 and 8 is: 10

No because it does not comply with Pythagoras; theorem if the lengths were 10, 24 and 26 then it would be.

10 degrees.

10(radical "2") units, or about 14.1 units.

10 degrees

A right angle turn is a 90 degree turn. Therefore, one ninth of a right angle turn would be a 10 degree turn.

No. For example, say the two angles are 10° and 20°. Then the other angle is 180°-10°-20°=150° and that is not a right angle. But if the triangle has two equal acute angles of 45 degrees then the 3rd angle must be 90 degrees which will form a right angle triangle.

10 degrees less than a right angle

10 degrees

Congruent angles are of the same size as for example 85 degrees is congruent to 85 degrees

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10 degrees.