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Yes, actually it has to be. The only type of triangle with even sides is an equilateral triangle, but all of the angles of an equilateral are 60 degrees, because everything is equal and 180(total degrees within a triangle)/3(number of angles)=60(degrees per angle of an equilateral).

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