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Gary T Couple of questions. (18) RE: Couple of questions. 27 Feb 02

By definition, if one angle is 124, it's not an equilateral triangle, as MMario mentioned. If you know it's an isosceles triangle, then both of the other two anlges are 28, as Nigel said.

As in most areas of life, the answer is often forthcoming if the right question is asked.

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