If the largest angle of an isosceles triangle measures 124 degrees what is the measure of the smallest angle?
In an isosceles triangle, by definition two of the three sides of the triangle are equal to one another. Therefore, the angles opposite to these sides must also be equal. And considering the Triangle Sum Theorem, the angles of a triangle must add up to 180 degrees, the angle that measures 124 degrees cannot be be equal to another angle due to the fact that the sum of them would exceed 180. Therefore let x be the angle:
The other 2 angles of the triangle must be 28 degrees each
If one angle of an isosceles triangle is greater than
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