Can you draw two triangles each having two 45∘ angles and one 90∘ angle that are not similar? Justify your answer.

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Can you draw two triangles each having two \(45^∘\) angles and one \(90^∘\) angle that are not similar? Justify your answer.

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Answered 2021-02-26 Author has 17106 answers
No, if two triangles have the same angles, they must be similar.
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