A teacher instructed her students to draw an isosceles triangle that has at least one angle that measures 75° and exactly


A teacher instructed her students to draw an isosceles triangle that has at least one angle that
measures 75° and exactly one side that measures 12 centimeters.
Using the teacher’s instructions, how many different triangles can be drawn that have the same
angle and side measures? Enter your answer in the box.


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