Someone please help!!! Math

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

a)An isosceles triangle with angle measures of 40° and 100°-Many

b)A right triangle with three congruent sides-one

c)A scalene triangle with side lengths of 7 cm, 3 cm, and 9 cm-none

  • Someone please help!!! Math -

    OH for three...

    no such thing as an equilateral right triangle

    only one way each to make the other two

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