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    Sides of triangle: a= p^2+p+1, b=p^2+2p, c=2p+1

    Sides of triangle are a= p^2+p+1, b=p^2+2p, c=2p+1. Calculate medium size angle.
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    If p is not equal to 1, side A ( p^2+p+1). Simply substitute a number such as 10 for p.
    Also, please use the [tex] tag for formulas.
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    It can be equal to 1.
    It's not so simple i used law of cosines to find angle α which is pi/3 but i don't know how to calculate β and γ.
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