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GeometryElementary Geometry For College Students, 7eOf several angles, the degree measures are related in this way: m ∠ J K L > m ∠ G H I (the measure of the angle JKL is greater than that of angle GHI ), m ∠ G H I > m ∠ D E F and m ∠ D E F > m ∠ A B C . What conclusion does the Transitive Property of Inequality allow regarding m ∠ A B C and m ∠ J K L ?BuyFind*launch*

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Chapter A.3, Problem 10E

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Of several angles, the degree measures are related in this way:
*JKL* is greater than that of angle *GHI*),

Elementary Geometry For College Students, 7e

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