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If the degree measures of two angles of ∆ABC are 50° and 65°, what is

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Triangle has 3 angles. They sum to 180º
We are given two of those angles. We subtract those numbers from 180º to arrive at size of the third angle

180-65-50=65
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ImMO 65

180 - (50+65) = 65

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If the degree measures of two angles of ∆ABC are 50° and 65°, what is the degree measure of the third angle?

A. 15°
B. 50°
C. 65°
D. 115°
E. 165°


The 3rd angle is 180 - 50 - 65 = 65°.

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New post 02 Mar 2019, 09:22
sum of all 3 angles = 180

so third angle = 180-(50+65)

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