# Maths

IN TRIANGLE PQR, PQ=QR -=RP =7CM FIND EACH ANGLE OF TRIANGLE PQR

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1. all sides are equal, so all angles are equal.
What are the angles of an equilateral triangle?

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2. They said to find the angle

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