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    Smile Finding out what Angle you have with only the degree's!

    My Question says: What name can be given to a triangle with these angles or side measurements?
    a) 10 degree's, 92 degrees, 78 degrees
    b) 7 cm, 8cm, 7 cm.

    What's the meathod to finding this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazza View Post
    My Question says: What name can be given to a triangle with these angles or side measurements?
    a) 10 degree's, 92 degrees, 78 degrees
    b) 7 cm, 8cm, 7 cm.

    What's the meathod to finding this?
    the first is call an Obtuse triangle, it's a triangle in which one of the angles is greater than 90 degrees

    the second is an isoselese triangle, it is a triangle with two sides and two angles equal

    i will try to find a link with the types of triangles there are


    Here are a few useful links:

    Types of Triangles based on Sides

    Types of Triangles

    Triangle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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