Quiz 1 - Angles In a Triangle
For each of the following question, enter your answers as an integer.
(Round if needed.) Do not use commas or spaces.
Two angles of a triangle have measures 51° and 72°. Find the measure of the third angle in the triangle. Enter your answer as an integer, without the degree sign.
One angle in a triangle has a measure of 29°. The difference between the other two angles is 55°. Find the measure of all angles in the triangle. Enter the measure of the greatest angle in the triangle, without the degree sign.
Find the value of
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based on the picture below.
Consider triangle ABC. The measure of angle A is three times the measure of angle C, and the measure of angle B is twenty-five degrees less than the measure of angle C. Find the measure of the angles in this triangle.
Angle A =
Angle B =
Angle C =
Consider triangle ABC. The measure of angle B is five degrees less than twice the measure of angle A. The measure of angle C is five degrees greater than three times the measure of angle A. Find the measure of the angles in this triangle.
Angle A =
Angle B =
Angle C =
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