Determine whether you can construct many, one, or no triangle(s) with the given description.

a) a triangle with angle measures of 50°, 70°, and 100°
no

b) a triangle with one angle measure of 60° and one 4-centimeter side
no

c) a scalene triangle with a 3-centimeter side and a 7-centimeter side
no

d) an isosceles triangle with two 4-inch sides that meet at an 80° angle
one

e) an isosceles triangle with two 2-inch sides and one 5-inch side
one

f) a right triangle with three congruent sides
no

1. Steve

a no
b many
c many
d one
e no
f no

2. Anonymous

Equilataral

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