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Impossible to say. They must total 180.

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Q: How many degrees does each side of a triangle have?
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How many degrees are in a triangle?

180 Degrees.In an equilateral triangle, each angle and side is 60 degrees.there is 180 degrees in every triangle

What is the side of one angle in an equilateral triangle?

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Does the triangle has parallel side and perpendicular side?

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