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What is the length of MN?

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is that ment to be 63° in the N corner?
Yes at N and L

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right?
correct
so you have two angles equal in a triangle, what kinda triangle is it/?
Equilateral?, isosceles?, scalene?, right-angled?
isosceles?
idk its just a regular trianlge
yeah , thats right isosceles,
how are the sides in a isosceles triangle related ?
are any equal ?
yeah
which ones?
M and L
L and N i mean
those are corners
which sides, are equal?
idk the picture i draw is the problem so idk thats why im asking for help.
side lengths go between two corner points
Which side length is equal to the side MN?
The sides that are equal are opposite the equal angles

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