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1. I have a iscolses triangle. I know the area -5cm squared. And I know one angle - 25. I have to find the two sides that are equal. How would i do this
2. (Original post by Man_Like_\$)
I have a iscolses triangle. I know the area -5cm squared. And I know one angle - 25. I have to find the two sides that are equal. How would i do this
Put the question on here
3. (Original post by JackT2000)
Put the question on here
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4. (Original post by Man_Like_\$)
how do i show a screenshot
Print screen then paste onto a word doc then upload it to here
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7. (Original post by JackT2000)
Print screen then paste onto a word doc then upload it to here
yh done
8. (Original post by Man_Like_\$)
I have a iscolses triangle. I know the area -5cm squared. And I know one angle - 25. I have to find the two sides that are equal. How would i do this
I can't read the document you posted.

I expect you'll need to use the area of a triangle formula = 1/2absinC

a and b are the two equal length sides, because it's an isosceles triangle where base angles are equal the angle C between those sides is either 25 or its 180-2x25, I don't know if it's obvious from the actual question which it is.

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