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- anonymous

What do you need help with?

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I don't remember this on wait what lesson is this

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- anonymous

does not say

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- anonymous

well I think its p so

- anonymous

okay thanks

- anonymous

np

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- anonymous

Triangle P is not unique

- anonymous

then what is it

- anonymous

I would say it would be triangle Q, since there can be 55 degree angles in more than one triangle

- anonymous

oh

- anonymous

@aszarek8999 what do you think?

- jjamz87

It's triangle q

- mathstudent55

A. Triangle P: all side lengths are given. This reminds us of SSS. Therefore, it must be a unique triangle.

- anonymous

I still think it's P but I'm gonna take another look

- anonymous

okay

- anonymous

I am pretty sure it is triangle Q

- mathstudent55

C. Two sides and an included angle are given. This reminds us of SAS. Once again, this triangle is unique.

- anonymous

It would help if i had read the question right!

- anonymous

ts definitly triangle Q

- mathstudent55

D. We are given a base and two base angles. This means ASA. Once again, this triangle is unique.

- anonymous

so what is it

- mathstudent55

By the process of elimination, the answer must be B., but let's look at it to see why.
In B. we are given only 2 angles. Two angles reminds us of AA Similarity. We can only prove triangles similar with AA Similarity. There is an infinite number of triangles with 2 given angles since the sides can by any lengths.

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kk thanks

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