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Two Congruent Angles and the Side Between Them
Author:
John McLain
Topic:
Angles
Does two congruent angles and the side between them enough for congruent triangles?
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Given the initial angle and side values, how many triangles appear to be possible?
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Keeping a = 5, will every combination of angle sizes lead to a triangle?
Select all that apply
A
Yes
B
No
Check my answer (3)
Do you think two congruent angles and the side between them forces triangles to be the same?
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A
Yes
B
No
Check my answer (3)
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