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anonymous

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find the answer for "a" in an algebra expression of a triangle when only two angles are given.

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    what is "a"? the side of a triangle, the other angle?

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    the other angle

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    a triangle is made up of 180 degrees, so the answer should be 180-the other 2 angles

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    ok great now one more question. how do i classify a triangle in two ways when one side is 8cm the other 4cm and the third 4cm

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