Q: A angle that is 120 degrees and two sides congruent?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

120 degrees.

No. "Congruent" things are equal, identical, same, twin, indistinguishable, able to substitute for each other. Our staff points out that there is some difference between 60 and 120.

120 degrees.

A regular polygon having an interior angle of 120 degrees will have 6 sides and is called an hexagon.

well if its 120 degrees it must have 3 sides

Exterior angle = 360/120 = 3 degrees. So interior angle = 180-3 = 177 degrees.

If its a regular polygon and each inside angle is 120 degrees then it is a 6 sided hexagon

Interior angle = 120 degrees Exterior angle = 60 degrees

Rhombus.

No. For example 30 and 60 degrees are complementary angles. Their supplementary partners are 150 and 120 degrees.

360/120=number of sides. There are 3 sides.

No. The angles must be an included angle, between the sides to guarantee congruence. For an example. imagine a triangle with two equal sides and a 60 degree angle between them and another triangle with the same two equal sides and a 120 degree angle between them.