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CCC 2014 J1: Triangle Times

Updated: Jul 26, 2020


A simple logic problem that uses if, else-if and else statements


angle1 = int(input())
angle2 = int(input())
angle3 = int(input())
sum_angles = angle1 + angle2 + angle3

if angle1 == angle2 and angle2 == angle3 and sum_angles == 180:
    print("Equilateral")
elif (angle1 == angle2 or angle2 == angle3 or angle1 == angle3)\
 and sum_angles == 180:
    print("Isosceles")
elif angle1 != angle2 and angle2 != angle3 and angle1 != angle3\
 and sum_angles == 180:
    print("Scalene")
else:
    print("Error")

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