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To find this answer out you want to find the opposite side of the longest angle. That's the "formula".

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Now do you understand on how to figure this out?
its just m
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Find the third angle first. Whichever angle is the biggest the side opposite to that will be the longest.
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angle A and C is the longest side
Angle C = 80 > Angle A = 60 > Angle B = 40 Therefore, side c > side a > side b
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you are welcome.
two sides of an isosceles triangle measure 3 and 7. which of the following could be the measure of the third side?
so u know an isoscels trianlge must ahve 2 sides that are congrunet. since u have a side that is 3 and another 7. the 3rd side must be either 3 or7
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yea, thats it
the answer is [1] 9 [2] 7 [3] 5 [4] 3
well, it could be either 2 or 4 with all the info u were given
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in triangle ABC, m<=48, and m
|dw:1388369988615:dw|can u find
ADD 48 AND 24 AND IT GIVE YOU 72
IS IT RIGHT
yes, then subtract that from 180. then tell me if that is obtuse or actue
obtuse
correct, taht measn triangle ABC is obtuse
in the accompanying diagram, BA=BC and m\[\forall
waht diagram
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|dw:1388375062951:dw|so this is what you have. what are u solving for?
for Y
|dw:1388375208766:dw|can u solve for that angle if a line=180
180-117=63
|dw:1388375443532:dw| y=63 becuz the base angles of an isoscles trinagle are congruent and by vertical angle thoerem thsoe 2 angles are also congruent
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in triangle ABC,
they must be less than 90
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given: AB=DE and < A=
|dw:1388376739438:dw|so this is whats given. and can u show me ur choices
[1] SAS [2] ASA [3] SSS [4] there is insufficient information to Determine if the triangles are congruent
if this is allt eh info even, then i think is 4
at a certain time of the day the shadow of a 5' boy is 8' long. the shadow of a nearby flagpole at this same time is 28 long. how tall is the flagpole?
set up a propertion and solve
|dw:1388377765971:dw|
I got 17.5
ok, then that should be the height of the actual flagpole
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Given: AD is congruent to CD, AB=CB prove: angle ABD=angle CBD|dw:1389560316762:dw|
Use SSS becuz BD=BD by reflexive

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