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These raptor teeth were found in the Hell Creek Formation of Montana. Though the exact species that these teeth came from cannot be known, possible matches include Dakotaraptor and Archeroraptor.
Dinosaurs dropped teeth frequently in a similar fashion to sharks, so these teeth were found alone and not attached to a skull. This makes positive identification difficult, but they can be classified as raptor teeth due to their size, shape, and geographical origin.
"Raptors" are the unofficial name of Dromaeosaurids, a group of small to medium sized carnivorous dinosaurs that had feathers and lived during the Cretaceous. The term "raptor" itself was popularized by Jurassic Park, and has become basically synonymous with Dromaeosaurid.
Three sizes of teeth are available, though please keep in mind that raptors were mostly small—so their fossilized teeth are as well!
Dakotaraptor (top) and Archeroraptor (bottom) (Source: wikimedia, 1 & 2)