Making a conjecture of two angles requires you to make sure that the two angles are equal. Make a conjecture of the two angles with help from an experienced math professional in this free video clip.

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Making a conjecture of two angles requires you to make sure that the two angles are equal. Make a conjecture of the two angles with help from an experienced math professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Charlie Kasov, and this is how to make a conjecture of two angles. Now, there's a few conjectures you can make. First one, if the two angles are equal. So we have a triangle, and if this angle and this angle are equal, then you can make the conjecture that if two angles are equal, then the triangle is isosceles. You could also make the conjecture that if these two angles were not equal, for example here, these don't look very equal, then it is not isosceles, it's scalene. So to repeat, the conjectures are like theorems or like axioms, but we're saying if the two angles are equal, then the triangle is isosceles, unless the third angle is also equal to the two, and then if two angle in the triangle are not equal, then it is scalene.