anonymous
  • anonymous
Use a straightedge and a compass to construct a triangle with 2 sides having the same length. Describe the process you used. Now use a protractor to measure each angle of the triangle. What are the measures of each angle?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the same side triangle? or at least 2 side same triangle
anonymous
  • anonymous
2 sides have to have the same length
anonymous
  • anonymous
We really can't do that on a computer bro I'd have to draw in real life... :L

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I know I don't have a compass, straightedge, or a protractor :(
anonymous
  • anonymous
try a program called Geogebra it is specialized in that sort of thing
anonymous
  • anonymous
Cool okay thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem
anonymous
  • anonymous
the angle must be 90 45 45
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea the angles have to sum up to 180 so 90, 45 and 45 degrees work perfectly... In other words make a right triangle and there you go
anonymous
  • anonymous
my angle has to look like this <
anonymous
  • anonymous
I figured it out, thanks guys
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.calculus.org/
anonymous
  • anonymous
1. Draw a straight line 2. copy the line so the new line is started at one point of the original line (the thing where you extend your protractor so it is the length of the line) --> this can be at any angle 3. draw a line that connects the first two lines 4. Measure the angles and write that down
anonymous
  • anonymous
in #1, the straight line can be any length

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