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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. 1803=180
D. 180 divided by 3=M
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posted by Ms. Sue

2. which group of three sides lengths will form a triangle
A. 11,5,4
B.22,17,14
C.28,15,10
D.30,15,14posted by harlee

What about your answer for the first question?
posted by Ms. Sue

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
posted by harlee

i think its A.
posted by harlee

number 2 i think its D.
posted by harlee

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.htmlposted by Ms. Sue

Is your second question about a right triangle?
posted by Ms. Sue

it does'nt have a triangle or anything it just says that question
posted by harlee

b.?
please im trying my hardest
and i saw your link
posted by harlee

Is b your answer for the first or second question?
posted by Ms. Sue

please dont get mad at me
first question
posted by harlee

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

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

ohhhh
posted by harlee

d.
posted by harlee

by the way your not tired??
posted by harlee

Yes, d is correct for the first question.
posted by Ms. Sue

never mind i got it now
thank you for helping ;)posted by harlee

You're welcome.
posted by Ms. Sue
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