Jocelyn R.

asked • 05/06/19

Can you draw an isosceles triangle with only one 80 degree angle. Is this the only possibility or can another triangle be drawn that will meet this condition?

1 Expert Answer


Jocelyn R.

I don't get it


Mark H.

Which part?? Starting at the top, please identify which statement you do not understand. To start: Do you understand that an isosceles triangle must have 2 equal sides? Do you understand that the 3 angles of a triangle must add up to 180 degrees? If so, we can go from there....


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