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Every equilateral triangle is isosceles. You get x is equal to 45 degrees. These two characters– let’s see. You get degrees. So we could say 31 degrees plus 31 degrees plus the measure of angle ABC is equal to degrees.

Isosceles Triangles Geometry D — Chapter 4. So the two base angles are going to be congruent. And so we have to figure out the measure of angle ABE. You get x is equal to 45 degrees. We get 2x is equal to– minus 30 is So you get 2x plus– let me just write it out.

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## Isosceles & equilateral triangles problems

And the trick here is like, wait, how do I figure out one side of a triangle if I only know one other side? Find each angle measure. And then finally, if you want to figure out this blue lfsson, the blue angle plus these two degree angles are going to have to add up to degrees.

So we know that this angle right over here triantles also 31 degrees. So the two base angles are going to be congruent. Video transcript Let’s do some example problems using our newly acquired knowledge of isosceles and equilateral triangles.

Well, if we know two of the angles in a triangle, we can always figure out the third angle. Well, this angle right over here is supplementary to that degrees. So this is equal to 56 degrees. Equilateral triangles Isosceles triangles.

You’ve got x plus x plus 90 is going to be degrees. So they haven’t even drawn segment BE here.