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# ps - cube

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19 Oct 2005, 14:56
(C) 60

Since the distances between A, B and C are all equal, triangle ABC must be equilateral. And every equilateral triangle has three angles of 60Â°.
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19 Oct 2005, 17:10
they are all midpoints of a cube..therefore the triangle is equilateral...angle would be 60...C
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19 Oct 2005, 22:29
christoph wrote:
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All the sides are equal, hence its an equilateral triangle. So the angle between them should be 60 degrees.
Re: ps - cube   [#permalink] 19 Oct 2005, 22:29
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