# math

an equilateral triangle has three equal sides , which equation could be used to find the measure,M,of one angle

A.180+3=M ----
B.3 x 180
C. 180-3=180
D. 180 divided by 3=M

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1. What do you think the answer is? Think!!

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posted by Ms. Sue
2. 2. which group of three sides lengths will form a triangle

A. 11,5,4
B.22,17,14
C.28,15,10
D.30,15,14

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posted by Ms. Sue
4. im so sorry i dont want to go to sleep late and this is my first time posting i wont do it again i promise

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5. i think its A.

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6. number 2 i think its D.

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7. No. A? 183 degrees for one angle? But all of the angles of a triangle only add up to 180 degrees.

Please study this before you try another guess.

http://www.mathsisfun.com/triangle.html

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9. it does'nt have a triangle or anything it just says that question

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10. b.?

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posted by Ms. Sue
first question

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13. b so to find the measure of one angle, you'd multiply? Does that make sense? One angle is 3 times the total measure. Study that site again.

posted by Ms. Sue
14. Remember. The total measure of all three angles in a triangle is 180 degrees. You want to find the measurement of one angle.

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15. ohhhh

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16. d.

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17. by the way your not tired??

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18. Yes, d is correct for the first question.

posted by Ms. Sue
19. never mind i got it now
thank you for helping ;)

posted by harlee
20. You're welcome.

posted by Ms. Sue

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