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Topic: **Second grade homework help****Question:**
An Isoceles triangle has two sides of equal length. How many different isoceles triangers of perimeter 29 inches can be formed with all sides a whole number of inches?
please help me and i will love you forever !!!!
thanks for your answers! :) but the choices are
a) 6
b) 7
c) 8
d) 9
e) 10
14 is not one :( please help

June 19, 2019 / By Elmer

I'm not really sure how to explain this, but I'll do my best. Take the side of the isosceles that is unequivalent to the other two, and subtract it from 29. Then divide the difference by 2. Make sure the unequal side is always an odd number, otherwise the resulting number will not be evenly divisible. Hope my algorithm is of use to you, good luck. =)

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