A triangle can have angles which total to 180 degrees
When one triangle ABC is constructed with degrees 80, 80 and 40 respectively, then similar triangles can be formed by transforming ABC with a real scale factor say k
k can take any real values positive, negative, rational, irrational etc.
Hence we can say given a triangle ABC with given angles there can be an infinite number of triangles with the same angles which will be similarl to ABC and carry an equal proportion with corrresponding sides.
The measures of the three angles of a triangle are 80°, 80° and 40°.
Since, we know,
The sum of the three angles of a triangle is 180°.
So, we get,
80° + 80° + 40° = 200°, which is greater than 180°.
Thus, we cannot make any triangle using the given angle measures.
Hence, no triangle can be constructed.
The angles inside a triangle add to 180. If the angles are 80, 80 and 40, then they must add to 180 to form a triangle.
80+80+40 = 200
This can't be a triangle.
One triangle is 180 degrees. 80+80=160 using half of 40 which is 20. 160+20=180. That's one Triangle. I'm not sure about doing anymore. That's the best I could get for you. Sorry.
The sum of these angles is 200°. The sum of angles in a triangle must be 180°. These angles cannot be used to form a triangle.
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