anonymous
  • anonymous
One corner of a triangle has a 60° angle and the length of the two adjacent sides are in ratio 1 : 3. Calculate the angles of the other triangle corners
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anonymous
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ok so a triangle has 180 degrees right? and since you already used of 60 degrees, you have (180-60) = 120 degrees. now you have the ratio of 1:3. you can do this: 1(x) + 3(x) = 120. solve for X, plug it in for both numbers, and those are your new angles w/ the correct ratio.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks a lot
anonymous
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no prob

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