How Do You Draw a Obtuse Isosceles Triangle?

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An obtuse isosceles triangle is a triangle where one of the one of the inner angles is more than 90 degrees but the other two angles are equivalent. For example a triangle can be drawn with one angle being 1000 and the other two having 400 each since they all have to add up to 1800.
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An Obtuse Isosceles Triangle is a triangle which combines features of an Isosceles triangle and an obtuse triangle. This means this triangle should have one angle being greater than 90 degrees and the other two angles being of equal degrees. For instance these angles could be, 120 degrees and two 30 degrees angles. For instructions on how to draw an Obtuse Isosceles Triangle you can visits websites such as YouTube.
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It needs to have two equal angles, each of which is less than 45 degrees.
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Step 1) Draw a line. Step 2) From one of the endpoints of your line, draw another line of equal length, making sure the angle between these lines is obtuse, that is between 90 and
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Introduction of Obtuse triangle: All the triangles have three sides but differ in angles. If the triangle contains the angle of more than 90 degree and within 180 degree
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