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3. For each of the following, tell how many noncongruent triangles PQR fit the given description, and find the size of angle Q. Make a separate diagram for each case.
(a) p = 3, q = 5, angle P = 27 degrees (b) p = 8, q = 5, angle P = 57 degrees
(c) p = 7, q = 8, angle P = 70 degrees (d) p = 10,q = 20, angle P = 30 degrees

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