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Q: How can you identify a figure that has sides ab and ac of triangle abc when angle a equals angle c?

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A right angle triangle

Angle a plus angle b subtract from 180 equals angle c

an equilateral triangle has all its angle and sides equal

A right angle triangle has a right angle and two acute angles that all add up to 180 degrees.

An obtuse triangle equals 180°, like all other triangles but it must have one angle that is greater than 90°.

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In a right triangle with the hypotenuse c equals 10 and the angle A equals 50 degrees the angle B equals: 40 degrees.

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Angle C = 50 degrees. ------------------------------- A triangle equals 180 degrees. 60.5 + 69.5 = 150 180-150 = 50.

55 degrees.

It depends on the triangle in question. Angle C is not 50 in all cases!

The angle is 50 degrees.

It can be but need not be.

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