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Q: A triangle that measures 100 40 40?

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100 degree, 40 degree and 40 degree.

180o - 100o - 40o= 40o=====

The answer would actually be 40 because180-140=40.

The other two angles will be 40 degrees each.

An obtuse triangle.

None because the given dimensions will not form any kind of a triangle.

Obtuse triangle

40 degrees each

right triangle

obtuse

An acute angled scalene triangle.

A triangle with the third angle that measures 30 degrees.This triangle is not isosceles nor equilateral but has one obtuse angle.

The 3rd angle is 30 degrees which would form an obtuse or scalene triangle.

The 3rd angle has to be 110 degrees therefore it is an obtuse triangle

Assuming that you mean 34, 45, and 100, no. The angles of a triangle need to add up to 180. You could have a triangle with angles of 35, 45, and 100.

180 degrees - 100 degrees - 40 degrees = 40 degrees

The other 2 angles measure 40 degrees each. In an isosceles triangle two angles are the same and the third is different. However, the angles in the triangle must add up to 180. If the 100 degree angle was one of the 2 identical angles, then the angles in the triangle would add up to more than 200 Because of this the 100 degree angle must be the different angle. 180-100=80 80/2=40 Therefore the other angles are each 40 degrees (Perhaps not the most eloquent answer but it's the general gist)

40 degrees

A right triangle is a triangle in which one angle is equal to 90 degrees and the remaing two angles are acute(ie., less than 90 degree). so this triangle is a right angle triangle.

The other acute angle in that triangle is 40 degrees.

The missing angle measure is 100 degrees.

100

40

An obtuse triangle measures 162 degrees.

An obtuse angled isosceles triangle.

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