Isosceles Triangles (Part Two)

Isosceles Triangles (Part Two)
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Part of video series Triangles
Taught by MrRutter
Learn how to find out the angles of a picture of triangles.
  • How do find angles if you have a picture with a bunch of triangles touching each other?
  • How do you find the angle measures if you just have a picture with tick marks?
  • How do you find angle measures in a picture with isosceles and equilateral triangles bunched together?
  • What is each angle measure in an equilateral triangle?
  • How many degrees are in a straight line?
  • If you know two angles in a triangle, how do you find the third angle?
  • If you know one angle in an isosceles triangle, how do you find the other two?
  • How do you find angle measures in a diagram if you do not start with any angle measures?
This video finishes off the problem introduced in Part 1 of Isosceles Triangles. This is a rather daunting problem at first glance, and it uses a lot of prior knowledge about angles and isosceles triangles. This is a great wrap-up problem to a section on angles and triangles.
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Reviewed by MathVids Staff on April 18, 2009.
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