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The lengths of the sides of a triangle T are x + 1, 2x and 3x. The sum

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The lengths of the sides of a triangle T are x + 1, 2x and 3x. The sum of the degree measures of the three interior angles of T is

(A) 6x
(B) 60x
(C) 90
(D) 180
(E) cannot be determined from the information given
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Bunuel wrote:
The lengths of the sides of a triangle T are x + 1, 2x and 3x. The sum of the degree measures of the three interior angles of T is

(A) 6x
(B) 60x
(C) 90
(D) 180
(E) cannot be determined from the information given


Sum of interior angles is always 180 irrespective length of sides

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Bunuel wrote:
The lengths of the sides of a triangle T are x + 1, 2x and 3x. The sum of the degree measures of the three interior angles of T is

(A) 6x
(B) 60x
(C) 90
(D) 180
(E) cannot be determined from the information given


The sum of the 3 interior angles of any triangle is always 180 degrees.

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OA is A..How it could be A

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