Infinite similar triangles
we know that
If two triangles are similar, then the ratio of its corresponding sides is equal and its corresponding angles are congruent
In a triangle the sum of its internal angles must be equal to degrees
In this problem
The sum of the internal angles is equal to degrees
By the sum of the internal angles, we can construct a triangle
By the length of the sides keeping the same internal angles, we can construct infinite similar triangles.
You can make 6 triangles
You can make 6 triangles because you do 3 permutation. Which is 3 times 2 times 1 which is equal to 6.
D because the measure for every triangle is 180 degrees
Sum of all these angle is 180° we can construct one triangle only.
Given : You’re given three angle measurements of 30°, 70°, and 80°.
To find : How many triangles can you construct using these measurements.
Solution : We have given the angle 30°, 70°, and 80°.
By the angle sum property : sum of all angle of a triangle is 180°.
30° +70° + 80° = 180°.
Therefore, Sum of all these angle is 180° we can construct one triangle only.
In short, there is no limit to how many triangles you can make as long as the angles stay the same.