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given two sides equal 4 in an isosceles triangle, how to find the angle between them?
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given two sides equal 4 in an isosceles triangle, how to find the angle between them?
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You cannot. The angle can be literally anything between 0 and π.
If you know the length of the third side, you can use the law of cosines.
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