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# DS: Isosceles Triangle

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17 Dec 2008, 17:09
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17 Dec 2008, 17:16
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stmt1: You can't have 2 angles with 100 deg, R has to be 80/2 = 40
stmt2: R could be 70 with T = 70 or R could be 100, with T = 40
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17 Dec 2008, 18:31
That's the correct answer. Thank you!

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