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What do you need help with?
I don't remember this on wait what lesson is this
does not say
well I think its p so
Triangle P is not unique
then what is it
I would say it would be triangle Q, since there can be 55 degree angles in more than one triangle
@aszarek8999 what do you think?
It's triangle q
A. Triangle P: all side lengths are given. This reminds us of SSS. Therefore, it must be a unique triangle.
I still think it's P but I'm gonna take another look
I am pretty sure it is triangle Q
C. Two sides and an included angle are given. This reminds us of SAS. Once again, this triangle is unique.
It would help if i had read the question right!
ts definitly triangle Q
D. We are given a base and two base angles. This means ASA. Once again, this triangle is unique.
so what is it
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.