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Q: How many unique triangles can be made when one angle measures 90 and deg and another angle is half that measure?

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They are not - if you consider congruent triangles to be the same.

Every number is unique, because if any number weren't unique, it would be exactly the same as another number, so the number that wasn't unique was just another way to write a different number.

Equilateral --> 3 equal sides Isosceles --> 2 equal sides only Scalene --> 3 unique sides

All Triangles have 3 Sides. The only thing that is unique about an equilateral triangle is all 3 sides are the same length.

Side Angle Side is a method of determining a unique triangle. Any triangle can be congruent to another if the sides are proportional and the angles are the same.Yes. If you draw the 2 sides with the angle between, there is no alternative to the way you can finish off the triangle. Try it for yourself.

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It will be in the form of an isosceles right angle triangle when it has a 90 and two 45 degree angles

It will be in the form of an isosceles right angle triangle when it has a 90 and two 45 degree angles

If one angle is 90°, and another half of that, then it must be 45° and so the third angle is also 45°. There is an infinite number of unique triangle with these angles. They are called similar triangles.

They are not - if you consider congruent triangles to be the same.

you just have to hack the system and get the answers that way

All triangles are unique compared to other polygons inasmuch that they have only 3 sides and no diagonals.

Another word for unique is BonQuieQuie Because it is Unique

Every triangle is unique, so this question cannot have a serious answer.

Adjacent angles are simply two angles that are next to one another and share one side. There is nothing else unique about these angles, and they are measured as one would measure any other angles.

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

More than one unique triangle exist

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