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An Isosceles triangle has a 96degree angle. What are the measures of the other 2 angles?

Do all triangles have to add up to 180degrees? If so, than this isn't possible because an isosceles triangle has 2 sides the same length. Correct?

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  1. Yes it is possible. You would take 180 and subtract that from 96. you would get 84. Then divide that by two, because an isoceles triange has two congruent sides. Then you would get 42, and that would be the answer to your two sides you don't have.

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  2. yes.. but an triangle.. any triangle has to ad up.. to 180 degrees..
    so for an isoceles.. it is possibl.. that it has 2 add up.. to 180.. degress..

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  3. One angle of an isosceles triangle measures 34°. Which other angles could be in that isosceles triangle?

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