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what type of triangle is ABC ? picture in comments

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Isosceles
is it right , obtuse, acute

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acute
it's acute as every angle is less than 90
Sum of all angles of a triangle equals 180\(^o\). So, we have an equation! \[2x +2x +4x = 180\] What's 'x'?
Solve 4x+2x+2x-180
22.5
yeah so what are the angles 2x, 2x, and 4x?
ACUTE
Put x
its a right angled triangle
value of x= 22.5 and you get 45,45,90
by puttin 2x,2x,4x
YEA SO IT A RIGHT
exactly!
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Also you could do it this way - if you remember that it's only in a right angle where the sum of two angles add upto the third --> 2x + 2x = 4x here. so, a right triangle!
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