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The measures of the angles of a triangle can be represented by the expressions two x degrees, the quantity of five x plus ten degrees, and three x degrees. What are the measures of the three angles? Answer thirty-four degrees, fifty-one degrees, ninety-five degrees thirty-six degrees, fifty-four degrees, ninety degrees thirty-two degrees, forty-eight degrees, one hundred ten degrees twenty-eight degrees, forty-two degrees, one hundred ten degrees
2x + 5x + 10 + 3x = 180 10x + 10 = 180 10x = 170 x = 17 Now you can find the angles by replacing x with 17 in the expressions given.
You should use the angle sum property of a triangle for this question, and of course, algebra.
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