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## What is a non-included angle in geometry?

Students understand that two sides of a triangle and a angle (or obtuse angle), not included between the two sides, determine a unique triangle.

**What does non-included side mean?**

The “included side” in ASA is the side between the angles being used. It is the side where the rays of the angles overlap. The “non-included” side in AAS can be either of the two sides that are not directly between the two angles being used.

**What does it mean when an angle is included?**

An included angle is the angle between two sides of a triangle. It can be any angle of the triangle, depending on its purpose. The included angle is used in proofs of geometric theorems dealing with congruent triangles. Congruent triangles are two triangles whose sides and angles are equal to each other.

### What is the angle of a unique triangle?

In general, a unique triangle may always be drawn if three side lengths are given and the sum of any two is greater than the third. c) More than one triangle can be drawn with Angle A = 40°, Angle B = 60° and Angle C = 80°. The angles sum to 180°, so at least one triangle may be drawn.

**What is an unique angle?**

adj. 1 being the only one of a particular type; single; sole. 2 without equal or like; unparalleled. 3 Informal very remarkable or unusual.

**What is the included angle between for?**

The angle between two sides.

#### What do you call a side between two angles of a triangle?

The angle formed by the two equal sides is called the vertex angle. The other two angles are called base angles (Figure 1 ). In a right triangle, the side opposite the right angle is called the hypotenuse, and the other two sides are called legs (Figure 2 ).

**What is a AAS triangle?**

4. AAS (angle, angle, side) AAS stands for “angle, angle, side” and means that we have two triangles where we know two angles and the non-included side are equal.

**What is AAS rule?**

Angle-Angle-Side (AAS) Rule Angle-side-angle is a rule used to prove whether a given set of triangles are congruent. The AAS rule states that: If two angles and a non-included side of one triangle are equal to two angles and a non-included side of another triangle, then the triangles are congruent.

## What makes a non unique triangle?

Glven angles: If you are given all three angles which add to exactly 180 degrees, it is a non-unique triangle. Given angles: If the sum of the three angles is not equal to 180°. Directions: Tell whether the given sides or angles would make a unique, not unique, or impossible triangle.

**What does included angle mean?**

Included Angle Definition. An included angle is the angle between two line segments or rays. For any triangle, its three interior angles are each included between two sides. Here we have △NAP, an equilateral triangle: [insert equilateral △NAP]

**What is a non included side?**

non-included side. The side of a triangle that is not included by 2 given angles. (You must log in first to edit the definition.)

### What is AAS geometry?

AAS (angle, angle, side) AAS stands for “angle, angle, side” and means that we have two triangles where we know two angles and the non-included side are equal.

**What does initial angle mean?**

An angle is in standard position in the coordinate plane if its vertex is located at the origin and one ray is on the positive x-axis. The ray on the x-axis is called the initial side and the other ray is called the terminal side. The initial side is where the angle starts and the terminal side is the ray where the measurement of the angle stops, therefore the terminal side defines the angle and if the vertex is at the origin (0, 0) then the angle will be in Standard Position.