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\(\triangle ABC\) is an isosceles triangle. \(\angle C = 92^\circ.\) What is \(\angle B\) in degrees?

 Oct 4, 2019
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C  = 92

 

So.....Angles  A  and B must be equal

 

A + B + C  = 180

 

B + B + 92  = 180

 

2B + 92  = 180   subtract 92 from each side

 

2B  = 88   divide both sides by 2

 

B = 44°

 

 

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 Oct 4, 2019

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