Which is a true statement about an exterior angle of a triangle a. it is formed by two segments that are not sides of the triangle, b. it forms a linear pair with one of the interior angles of the triangle, c. it is complementary to one of the interior angles of the triangle. d. it is formed by two segments that are sides of the triangle.
B. It forms a linear pair with one of the interior angles of the triangle.
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The exterior angles are out of the triangle at all times and it adds up to make 180 with anyone of the inside angle of the triangle.
The pair also rests on the same flat/straight line and that makes a pair.
Therefore we can say that it is formed by a linear pair/group with one of the interior/inside angles of the triangle.
So, the correct answer would be D.
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Looking at the graphic, it seems that B is true.
Exterior Angles BCD and BCA form a linear pair and add to 180 degrees.
we have been asked to find the true statement about the exterior angle from the given statements.
As we know that the exterior angles are always out of the triangle and it makes a sum of 180 with anyone of the internal angle of the triangle.
The pair lies on the same straight line and makes a pair.
Hence we can say that it is formed by a linear pair with one of the interior angles of the triangle.
Hence the correct option is D.