# An Angle Invariant for Arbitrary Triangles

Let be the angle between two arbitrary lines and . Let be an arbitrary triangle.
Define values relating to quadrilaterals based on the line : , , .
Define values relating to quadrilaterals based on the line : , , .
Then: ,
where , , are Conway notation for the triangle .
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