From: Philippe Verdy (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Mar 13 2006 - 19:56:05 CST
From: "Mike Ayers" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Minor correction:
You say in this document:
"The side-angle-side method fails when the angle > a straight angle"
In fact, the angle can be any value for any triangle specified by the length of two of its sides, and the angle formed by these sides (SAS method), including obtuse angles, or outer and negative angles...
May be you wanted to say:
"The side-angle-side method fails when the angle > two straight angles"
to forbid outer angles, as they are equivalent to the negation of their complement to two straight angles...
But then you could also restrict to positive or null inner angles (because it's enough to swap the two sides to get a positive angle for an isometric triangle...
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