Q: What is the measure of the largest angle of a right triangle?

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135 degrees.

It is a right angle triangle and its largest angle is 90 degrees

If you mean angles then it is a right angle triangle or an isosceles right angle triangle

The hypotenuse of a right angle triangle is opposite to its 90 degree right angle.

A right angle is formed when two lines meet at an angle whose measure is 90 degrees. A right triangle is a triangle in which one angle is a right angle. (Note: there cannot be more than one.)

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135 degrees.

No, this statement is not correct. The side opposite the largest angle is the longest side of a triangle only if the triangle is obtuse. In acute triangles, the side opposite the largest angle is the longest side, and in right triangles, the side opposite the right angle (90 degrees) is the longest side.

It is a right angle triangle and its largest angle is 90 degrees

A isosceles right angle triangle will have 2 equal interior angles of 45 degrees and 1 angle of 90 degrees with its largest exterior angle being 180 -45 = 135 degrees.

If you mean angles then it is a right angle triangle or an isosceles right angle triangle

The hypotenuse on a right angle triangle is its largest side

The hypotenuse is the largest side of a right angle triangle

The hypotenuse of a right angle triangle is opposite to its 90 degree right angle.

The hypotenuse is defined as BEING the longest side of a triangle. In a right angle triangle, it is always opposite to the 90˚ angle, because the 90˚ angle is the largest angle of the triangle.

A right angle triangle.

A right angle is formed when two lines meet at an angle whose measure is 90 degrees. A right triangle is a triangle in which one angle is a right angle. (Note: there cannot be more than one.)

The sum of all angles in any triangle is 180o The largest angle in aright angle triangle is 90o