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Q: How many distinct triangles are there given?

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There is only one distinct triangle.

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If two objects are distinct, it means they are not equal, or in otherwords: not the same. If someone has said to you: "make two distinct triangles" just make two differend ones.

Two distinct triangles can be constructed. This is determined by the method of the Ambiguous Case.

As many as you like but they will all be scalene triangles formed by the given angles that add up to 180 degrees

It varies with each given number.

Without the triangles, no answer can be given.

As many as you like but they will all be scalene triangles from the given interior angles that add up to 180 degrees.

It is an isosceles triangle with 2 equal sides.

There can be two equilateral triangles with a side length of 7 cm: one on either side of the given line.

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If a triangle is not scalene, then the triangle does not have three angles with distinct measures.

There is only one.

Exactly one unique triangle exists with the given side lengths.thank u...

What is the formula to determine the number of triangles in a given square of forty-four triangles?

Number of triangles in a polygon = number of sides-2

there are 27 triangles in a triangle

There are with infinitely many possible dimensions for triangles with a given area.

You can only make one triangle with the given units

Infinitely many. Given any triangle, a line from a vertex to any point on the opposite side will give two triangles. That process can continue indefinitely.

48 triangles

15 triangles

There are no triangles.

no triangles