During his first week of Geometry class, Tommy has to draw an isosceles triangle, \(\triangle ABC\). He is only given two measurements:

- \(\angle ABC\) has a measure of \(50°\).
- \(B=50\text{ cm}\).

Given the following information and assuming that a triangle is different if the angles are in a different order, how many different isosceles triangles could he draw?

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