Julian describes an angle in the triangle using these statements. GH is the adjacent side. HK is the opposite side. GK is the hypotenuse. Which angle (s) is Julian describing? ∠G ∠H ∠K ∠H and ∠K

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    The diagram of the triangle is shown below

    If GH is the adjacent side to the angle and HK is the opposite to the angle, then the angle must be at G
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