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In the figure above, the angle marked at c has been created by extending the base of the triangle, as shown. What is the sum of a, b, and c?


(1) a = 85
(2) b = 60

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Re: In the figure above, the angle marked at c has been created by extendi  [#permalink]

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In the figure above, the angle marked at c has been created by extending the base of the triangle, as shown. What is the sum of a, b, and c?


(1) a = 85
(2) b = 60

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Triangle_with_extended_side.png


from fig b+c=180
from1:a=85

sum of a, b, and c=85+180
sufficient

from 2:insufficient
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