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A triangle can be classified by its angles and by its sides. Part 1: Use these two ways of classification to describe an acute isosceles triangle. Part 2: Name a triangle with only a different angle classification as an acute isosceles. Identify one similarity and one difference between this new triangle and the acute isosceles triangle.

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a triangle with two equal sides and an acute included angle i think you mean an isosceles triangle with an obtuse included angle also you can have one with a right-angle as included angle
i don't understand the answer for Part 2

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AB = AC and angle A is obtuse ( > 90 degrees)
the sides are equal as in acute isosceles triangle but the angle is not acute

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